Before Imposing Masks, Gov. Newsom was at Packed 'Maskless' Party

We're not all in this together. Remotely.

The politicians running things are living the good life while restricting everyone else. Occasionally, as with Lightfoot's haircut, Pelosi's salon visit, Whitmer's boat, Pritzker's family tour and mansion, or these photos of Newsom partying, we get to see the real truth.

And it's not pretty.

 FOX 11 obtained exclusive photos on Tuesday night of Governor Gavin Newsom allegedly eating at the French Laundry restaurant in Yountville, California at a dinner party he attended on November 6 not following his own COVID-19 protocols he set forth for the state.

This came after Newsom tried to cancel Thanksgiving and barred gatherings of over 10 people. Then he attended a party of 12 for his pal and lobbyist. Now FOX 11 in a breathtaking bit of actual journalism that speaks truth to power, got hold of the photos from an eyewitness. (All photos courtesy of FOX 11)

"While we were there we realized there was a very loud party going on in a room 20 feet from us. It was a bit annoying since you’re spending hard-earned money to go there."

She said, "It got louder and louder and so they had some sliding glass doors that they were able to close, so then it was a closed-off room but you could still hear them with how loud they were."

"I just happened to look over and realize hey is that Gavin Newsom, who is that? And I did ask one of the waitresses and she confirmed it was, so I was able to take a couple of photos, I was able to document this especially since nobody was wearing a mask. It was a very large group of people shoulder to shoulder, something that he’s always telling us not to do so yeah it was a bit annoying for sure", the woman said.

Governor Newsom just imposed a mask mandate on California. There isn't a single damn mask in sight. California was telling diners at Thanksgiving to wear masks between bites. There's no masks anywhere.

Just the elite partying while laughing at the people whose lives they're ruining.

We're not all in this together. We never were.

 

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