Does California Governor Gavin Newsom ever do any real work, or do his main activities consist of watching Fox News and attempting to debate Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, for reasons unknown to everyone but DeSantis.
And, apparently, Newsom’s obsession with Fox News has apparently persuaded him that the news network, rather than an illegal immigrant, is responsible for the troubling attack on Paul Pelosi, the insider trading husband of Nancy Pelosi.
“I’ve seen the dehumanization of Nancy Pelosi,” Newsom began, “I don’t think anyone’s been dehumanized like she has consistently.”
Really? That’s interesting, considering how many liberals openly wished for the imminent end of Trump.
Not that Newsom will let facts get in the way of a good story.
“I watched this one guy, Jesse Watters or something on Fox News, and what he’s been saying about Paul Pelosi the last five, six months, mocking him consistently. Don’t tell me that’s not aiding and abetting all of this. Of course it is,” Newsom raged.
So questioning one of the wealthiest members of Congress, one who does not appear to give two figs about her “voters,” is apparently “aiding and abetting” a hammer attack.
Besides, exactly how many Canadian nudists living in Berkeley regularly tune into Fox News?
Likely not too many.
Newsom continued to provide equally nonsensical commentary regarding how Fox News is apparently personally responsible for the attack on Paul.
“They’re sowing the seeds, they’re creating a culture and climate like this. I mean, look online. Look at the sewage that is online that they amplify on these networks and in social media to dehumanize people like Nancy Pelosi and other political leaders,” Newsome raged.
Oh, right. As if liberal politicians are solely subjected to being “dehumanized,” though they sure do love to play the victims.
Ironically, they have no issue “dehumanizing” other governors, who happen to do a vastly better job than they do in terms of state governance.
“Those conservative governors out there, Greg Abbott and others, they’re as dumb as they want to be. And they’re just doubling down on stupid, and we will not follow their path,” Newsom declared self-importantly.
Well, thank you, Mr. California Governor.
And if Abbott “doubles down” on stupid, then Newsom must triple down, given he’s the only governor in the nation who faced a recall election.
Watters himself was quite bemused by Newsom’s nonsense, as evidenced by his rather humorous response.
“Gavin Newsom thinks if you mock a Democrat, it puts them on a target list. We’ve always said, Gavin’s biggest flaw? He’s not very smart,” Watters drawled.
Must be that hair gel.
On a darker note, however, Newsom brings up an interesting point about “dehumanization,” considering that Big Tech is increasingly coming under fire for its censorship of conservative views.
According to Jonathan Turley, a George Washington law professor, the collusion between Big Tech and their Democrat masters has become quite obvious.
“There is growing evidence that the legislative and executive branch officials are using social media companies to engage in censorship by surrogate,” Turley warned.
Which would explain the absurd protection afforded to Hunter Biden, which undoubtedly manipulated an election.
“It is axiomatic that the government cannot do indirectly what it is prohibited from doing directly. If government officials are directing or facilitating such censorship, it raises serious First Amendment questions, Turley continued.
Considering the Democrats’ views towards free speech, it is likely that they could care less about egregious violations of the First Amendment, especially when such violations “dehumanize” their opponents.
One can only hope they will receive a massive wakeup call in the upcoming midterm elections.
Author: Jane Jones
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