The alleged birthday event was held for Newsom's lobbyist buddy Jason Kinney. It was attended by a slew of upper-crust politicians in the Golden State, including top officials from the California Medical Association (CMA).
CEO Dustin Corcoran was there, along with top CMA lobbyist Janus Norman, reports indicate. The group was given an exclusive dining room where the cost of a single dinner plate runs upwards of $800 per person, if not more, those familiar with the restaurant have indicated.
Even as ordinary Californians were told that they cannot visit their loved ones for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and other upcoming holidays, Newsom and his crew were laughing it up at one of the poshest restaurants in Napa Valley.
Newsom was caught doing the same thing at his open-throughout-the-entire-pandemic PlumpJack winery back in the summer, even as he simultaneously ordered all churches throughout the state to stop singing because doing so might spread the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
To reiterate, neither Newsom nor any of his guests at The French Laundry were social distancing or wearing a mask, which is perplexing considering Newsom told Californians back in early October that they should wear a mask at all times in restaurants, except to momentarily take a bite of food.
"The photos call into question just how outdoors the dinner was," tweeted Bill Melugin, an investigative correspondent with FOX 11 Los Angeles. "A witness who took photos tells us his group was so loud, the sliding doors had to be closed."
As pointed out by someone in a tweet thread started by Center for American Liberty founder Harmeet K. Dhillon, the CMA executives who attended Newsom's little shindig are the very same ones responsible for passing SB 276 and 277 in California, effectively eliminating all vaccine exemptions save for those with narrowly qualified medical conditions.
"These same people will drive the bills for a mandated coronavirus vaccine," one user wrote. "They are easily in Newsom's ear while he ignores millions of Californians. Scamdemic!"
Another pointed out that CMA has "a history of lobbying for medical tyranny," which could have been why they were in attendance in the first place. The "birthday party" narrative could have been a cover for a lobbying event at which these medical tyrants pushed Newsom to mandate Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) vaccines once they become available.
"These are the #lobbyists who worked hard to push #SB277 removing religious exemptions from vaccination for school kids in 2015," another user tweeted, alongside this photo showing the culprits.
Yet another user pointed out that because California is "ground zero for legislating forced vaccines," there is almost no doubt that Newsom's party was about plandemic vaccines, especially in light of the recent trial announcements coming from Pfizer and Moderna.
In addition to suing the California government, every small business in the Golden State that is abiding by Newsom's mandates and restrictions should immediately scrap them and return to normal. One restaurant owner tweeted just that, indicating that if Newsom and Pelosi do not have to follow the rules, "neither do we."
"They aren't concerned about going to dinner and getting the flu, and neither should anyone else be," wrote another Twitter user. "Just like we haven't in every year since forever."
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