Governor Gavin Newsom has strongly criticized one of California’s most exclusive fine restaurant trips this month for the coronavirus epidemic.
The recall campaign was given new life after a judge last week gave a 120-day extension to conservative activists until March 17 to continue collecting recall signatures.
The campaign is backed by the Rescue California Commission, led by Tom Del Beccaro, former president of the California GOP, who described the court decision as a potential “game changer,” according to Politico.
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“It makes all the difference to us in the world,” Del Beccaro said. “So now we have an extended life and we don’t compete in [presidential] elections. “
Activists are hoping to take advantage of Newsom’s latest mistake during the epidemic, which prompted it to avoid journalists for a week despite the increase in coronavirus cases, the newspaper wrote.
The French laundry trip appeared to violate the coronavirus restriction that Newsom had enforced on the state. In addition to the blunder, Newsom was criticized for sending his children to a personal private school.
Newsom’s office did not respond immediately to Fox News’s email.
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Tony Krvaric, co-chair of California Rescue, said the new PAC was “built with the right people to recall Governor Gavin Newsom, holding him accountable for his irregular leadership and impressive hypocrisy in the crisis,” the California Globe reported.
California Republicans successfully contributed to the recall of Democratic Governor Gray Davis, as voters replaced Arnold Schwarzenegger as a Republican back in 2003.
“Californians deserve better, and we invite everyone to join this effort,” Krvaric added.
Nevertheless, organizers would have to collect nearly 1.5 million valid signatures to carry out the recall, which, according to Politico, was described by some as a long shot.
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The governor and his family are currently quarantined for potential exposure to the new coronavirus. At least one of her children was probably exposed to COVID-19 at a private school in Sacramento after a classmate tested positive for the virus.