An Idea Whose Time Has Come: Oroville, CA City Council Votes to Declare the City ‘COVID Independent’

(AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File) As my colleague Jerry Wilson reported, Governor Gavin “Hair Gel” Newsom has decided that the threat of COVID is just too horrible, and California needs to stay under a state of emergency in order to be able to combat that threat. This, of course, means that Newsom maintains his emergency powers over the State, bypassing the legislature or anyone else who wishes to challenge him.

Anyone who is following the actual science is asking, what threat ? The continued emergency is puzzling, given national trends . The number of new cases is tracking strongly downward and has been since the beginning of September. Florida has gone from a seven-day moving average of over 21,000 new cases daily in August to under 1,500. Even California’s seven-day moving average has gone from nearly 15,000 at the beginning of September to under 6,300. And this is cause for panic how? Other than the panic Newsom and other state officials might feel when they consider how Florida is open for business and California … well, isn’t. California has a 72.6% vaccination rate . That’s almost three out of four. Which, by my estimation, is a lot. Certainly enough to […]

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