California Governor Issues Outlandish Rules For Thanksgiving Gatherings


As the czar has repeatedly said since this pandemic freak-out began, ‘it’s like Christmas time for the wannabe-totalitarians’.

California Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom is proving the czar’s point.

With Thanksgiving next month, the governor’s office issued rules for private Thanksgiving gatherings.

Megyn Kelly summed up the outlandish rules put forth by Newsom:

From the rules put forth by Newsom through the California Department of Public Health, these are some of the ones that jump out at us:

“-Gatherings that include more than 3 households are prohibited. This includes everyone present, including hosts and guests.  Remember, the smaller the number of people, the safer.
-Gatherings that occur outdoors are significantly safer than indoor gatherings. All gatherings must be held outside. Attendees may go inside to use restrooms as long as the restrooms are frequently sanitized.
-Gatherings may occur in outdoor spaces that are covered by umbrellas, canopies, awnings, roofs, and other shade structures provided that at least three sides of the space (or 75%) are open to the outdoors.
-The host should collect names of all attendees and contact information in case contact tracing is needed later.
-A gathering of no more than three households is permitted in a public park or other outdoor space, even if unrelated gatherings of other groups up to three households are also occurring in the same park or other outdoor space...
-For any gatherings permitted under this guidance, the space must be large enough so that everyone at a gathering can maintain at least a 6-foot physical distance from others (not including their own household) at all times. 
-Seating must provide at least 6 feet of distance (in all directions—front-to-back and side-to-side) between different households.
-Gatherings should be two hours or less. The longer the duration, the risk of transmission increases.
-Singing, chanting, shouting, and physical exertion significantly increases the risk of COVID-19 transmission because these activities increase the release of respiratory droplets and fine aerosols into the air.”