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California Governor Shuts Down Bars In Many Major Counties, Effective Immediately — Again

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From New York Post:

California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Sunday ordered bars in Los Angeles immediately closed — a little more than a week after they were allowed to reopen — amid a surge in local coronavirus cases.

Los Angeles was one of seven counties to have its establishments shut down by state health officials — who urged another eight counties to also follow suit.

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More from Newsom:

Newsom announced a few weeks back that illegal aliens were going to receive coronavirus stimulus checks, using taxpayer dollars.

An illegal act? Most likely.

For some reason, though, it doesn’t matter.

And yet, it would seem as if Newsom cares little for homes for veterans, via Victorville Daily Press:

BARSTOW — The shuttering of the veterans home here is part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s fiscal blueprint meant to alleviate the financial hit California has taken amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Released on Thursday, Newsom’s revised budget proposed to “initiate the closure” of the Veterans Home of California-Barstow and a one-year delay for realignment at VHC-Chula Vista and Yountville.

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Aw, but the liberals there are likely not concerned as long as the marijuana stores remain open, right governor…