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CA Governor Apologizes After Breaking His Own Lockdown Order Attending Large Birthday Party

by | Nov 17, 2020 | News, Politics, Video | 0 comments

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California governor, Gavin Newsom, gives lame apology making excuses for why he broke his own lockdown order after he was busted attending a large birthday party in Napa Valley.

“A few weeks ago, I was asked to go to a friend’s 50th birthday… A friend I’ve known for almost 20 years. It was in Napa… It was an outdoor restaurant. The program started at 4 o’clock, I got there a little late… I made a bad mistake. Instead of sitting down, I should have stood up and drove back to my house,” said Newsom.

“Instead, I chose to sit there… I want to apologize to you. I need to preach and practice. I’ve done my best to do that. We’re all human, we all fall short sometimes,” he added.

Citing Scripture that we “all fall short,” Newsom gave his “word” that it wouldn’t happen again.

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How much longer is California going to put up with this clown before there is open revolt?

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