California Governor Gavin Newsom this week pulled his 10-year-old son from summer camp after maskless photos of the children surfaced.
In California children aged 2-11 must wear masks during “camps for youth, youth sports and other youth activities including theater and music performances and band.”
Your child has to wear a face mask, but Newsom’s child doesn’t.
Democrat Newsom acted like the victim and threw the summer camp under the bus when confronted about the pictures of his maskless son.
“The Newsoms were concerned to see unvaccinated children unmasked indoors at a camp their children began attending yesterday. Their kids will no longer be attending the camp,” the governor’s communications director, Erin Mellon, told Fox News in a statement Tuesday when asked about the pictures of the maskless children.
“This is in clear violation of his own mask mandates. Why can his kid be maskless, but not ours?” Reopen California Schools posted on Twitter.
The photos were removed from the summer camp’s Instagram account once Newsom’s son was identified, but there is plenty of screenshots and video out there. We have some.
The Instagram post occurs as Newsom pushes for increased vaccine rates if we ever want to be rid of masks.
— Reopen California Schools (@ReopenCASchools) July 27, 2021
Last year Gavin Newsom attended a dinner party at The French Laundry, a restaurant in Napa Valley that charges $800 per person for their tasting menu while he told Californians they can’t gather with their families for Thanksgiving.
No one at the dinner party was social distancing and nobody was wearing masks.
The recall election for Gavin Newsom is set for September 14, 2021.