This week, Democrat California Governor Gavin Newsom lifted the stay-at-home order statewide, despite growing numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths. This sudden change of heart cannot be explained by anything other than a change in politics.
Experts have pointed out the seven-day average of new cases of the coronavirus was higher in the past week than in early December when Newsom first imposed the stay-at-home order. Though he calls the politically-motivated claims “utter nonsense,” he fails to offer any other reasonable explanation for his actions.
Newsom’s best evidence is his statement that ICU projections and hospitalizations are dropping. Of course, who makes these projections? The same leftists who told him to keep Californians stuck at home during Christmas and until Biden was sworn in to office? Or maybe it’s simply the momentum of the Newsom recall effort that is beginning to have a real impact on his decision making?
In any case, the timing and circumstances are more than suspect—they stick. It took Elon Musk, Oracle, Charles Schwab (leaving in 2021), and at least one December report that stated 765 companies have left the state in a two-year period to “change” the Governor’s mind. Democrats will soon need to build a wall around California to keep citizens from crossing the border and fleeing the state.
But that’s okay, Newsom isn’t alone. Since the inauguration, Biden can now take credit for the nation’s return to so-called normal. Two days later, Michigan Governor Whitmer scheduled indoor dining to return on February 1. Better get your reservations in now.
The same week, Washington D.C. Mayor Bowser decided now that the National Guard has been sent to the parking garage, they can now open indoor dining to 25 percent capacity. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot made a similar move three days after the inauguration. Baltimore waited only two days to make its announcement of lifted restrictions.
Seems almost coordinated, doesn’t it? But hey, if the number of new cases is going down, it probably has nothing to do with the COVID-19 tests being “recalibrated” right about the time Biden was sworn into office.
These actions would seem comical if they did not involve the deaths of American citizens, the destruction of the economy, and the demise of the nation’s education. Biden could have saved a lot of time by signing an executive order on day one claiming to rewind America to 2016 under Obama.
In fact, the cast of characters in the White House closely resembles the same Avengers team who worked there between say 2009 to 2016 when a certain old white guy served as Vice President. Oh, wait, that was Biden, too.
If Biden is truly rolling back America to the Obama years, it doesn’t take too much to remember how it ended. Hope and change resulted in high unemployment and inflation, common core educational changes, and handing over American greatness to the highest bidder, whether in the Middle East or to China.
It’s not COVID-19 that’s going down; it appears to be American values heading toward the endangered species list.