Gavin Newsom of California was one of the worst governors during the pandemic. He kept more things shut down and had more strict rules than other governors.
Despite this, Newsom has been attacking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who has an excellent record for protecting people’s freedoms during the pandemic.
Now for the funny part.
Gavin Newsom’s own in-laws left California for Florida during the pandemic. Even they didn’t want to deal with him and his rules.
FOX News reports:
Gavin Newsom’s in-laws fled from California to Florida during the pandemic, records show
Not only did the in-laws of Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom give money to one of his biggest political foes; they fled from his state during the pandemic.
Kenneth F. Siebel Jr. and Judith A. Siebel, parents of Newsom’s wife Jennifer Siebel and longtime California residents, became Florida residents in 2020 after purchasing a $3.3 million Naples home in March of that year, records show. The Siebels appear to still have ownership of their California home in northern San Francisco suburb of Ross.
Newsom’s in-laws, however, officially became registered voters in the Sunshine State as of June 2020. Kenneth Siebel is a registered Republican while Judith Siebel has no party affiliation.
The voter registration shift occurred as their son-in-law enacted some of the country’s strictest COVID lockdowns, which have widely been juxtaposed to the lack of restrictions in red states like Florida.
Neither the Siebels nor Gov. Newsom’s office immediately responded to Fox News’ requests for comment.
That is just hilarious.
Gavin Newsom spent $105,000 on 'join us in California' ads in Florida.
What did his in-laws do?
Moved from California to Florida.
— Brendon Leslie (@BrendonLeslie) September 2, 2022
California governor Gavin Newsom’s father and mother in law donated money to Ron Desantis. This is fantastic. https://t.co/f0YhKhcJK2
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) August 31, 2022
Newsom is never going to live this one down.