Sheriffs All Over California Are Telling Governor Newsom To F*CK OFF- It May Pop Off Because THIS Is Happening


California Governor Gavin Newsom is locking down California with some of the strictest regional Covid lockdown orders for Southern California to date and not many people are happy about his ‘orders.’


The new orders took effect on Sunday.

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Newsom targeted conservative SoCal with the strictest lockdown yet in addition to a 10PM – 5 AM curfew, Gateway Pundit reported.


Newsom is ordering all bars, hair salons, barbershops, casinos, and indoor and outdoor playgrounds to shut down in regions of the state where available ICU beds fall below 15%.

Also the list includes:


Personal Care Services
Museums, Zoos, and Aquariums
Movie Theaters
Breweries and Distilleries
Family Entertainment Centers

Cardrooms and Satellite Wagering
Limited Services
Live Audience Sports
Amusement Parks

Like I said, a lot of people are fed up with these draconian orders including a growing number of law enforcement leaders who  are tiring of the tyranny as well. And they’re pushing back.

ABC-7 provides more details:

Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes said Saturday that his deputies would not be enforcing the regional stay-at-home order that has been issued for Southern California.

It is not the first time the sheriff has declared deputies would not enforce a state order over coronavirus restrictions. When Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered a curfew in November for all California counties in the purple tier amid climbing coronavirus cases, Barnes said deputies would not be enforcing that order either.

Duncan Smith at The National Sentinel has more:

“Compliance with health orders is a matter of personal responsibility and not a matter of law enforcement,” Barnes said in a statement. “The Orange County Sheriff’s Department will remain consistent in our approach.

“Orange County Sheriff’s deputies will not be dispatched to, or respond to, calls for service to enforce compliance with face coverings, social gatherings, or stay-at-home orders only.”

He also took a swipe at criminal Democrats.

‘To put the onus on law enforcement to enforce these orders against law-abiding citizens who are already struggling through difficult circumstances, while at the same time criticizing law enforcement and taking away our tools to do our jobs is both contradictory and disingenuous,” he said.

Here is his full statement:

Barnes’ response comes after a similar refusal by Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco.

In a scorching video posted to YouTube on Friday, he noted: ‘The dictatorial attitude toward California residents while dining in luxury, traveling, keeping his business open, and sending his kids to in-person private schools is very telling about his attitude toward California residents, his feelings about the virus, and it is extremely hypocritical.’


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