If you have not received a COVID-19 vaccination, you’re an idiot. At least that’s what radically far-left California Governor Gavin Newsom thinks – if anybody cares what he has to say, at this point. This guy is so far-left he can’t see straight.
Aside from Andrew Cuomo of New York and Michigan’s Gretchen Whitmer, Newsom is easily the worst state CEO in America today.
What a title to hold, huh?
From The Daily Wire:
California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom compared those who are not vaccinated to “drunk drivers” during an interview on CNN — an interview that comes as Newsom faces a recall election over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
The remarks from Newsom came in response to CNN anchor Victor Blackwell, who brought up how localities in California are bringing back some mask mandates.
Gavin barked, “Look, we don’t even have to have that debate. If we can just get everybody vaccinated that’s not vaccinated, that’s refusing to get vaccinated, that’s living vaccine free and impacting the rest of us. It’s like drunk drivers. You don’t have the right to go out and drink and drive and put everybody else at risk, including your own life at risk.”
California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom compares people who don’t want to get the coronavirus vaccine to “drunk drivers”: “It’s like drunk drivers. You don’t have the right to go out and drink and drive and put everybody else at risk, including your own life at risk.” pic.twitter.com/JkoPvR05xp
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) July 26, 2021
Liberals are far more easily influenced by what they see on screens than Republicans. Some may even venture to call them…dare I say…more gullible?
Here’s the scoop, per Daily Wire:
On Tuesday, Morning Consult and The Hollywood Reporter (THR) released a report regarding the extent to which television and film influence Americans.
The poll, which was conducted from June 13-17, and broken down into every subcategory imaginable, asked 2,200 adults if, and to what degree, TV shows and films about racism, sexism, LGBTQ people, climate change, and other issues changed their perception.
There were some fascinating trends, but perhaps the most interesting was that, across every major category, Democrats were more likely to have their perception influenced by Hollywood than Republicans.
Ah, the Golden State.