BY TYLER DURDENFRIDAY, SEP 10, 2021 – 06:30 PM

A common mistake people make is assuming the lying liar isn’t lying this time.

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For example, Joe Biden and Anthony Fauci have both previously said they wouldn’t require, or ‘couldn’t see’ a Covid-19 vaccine mandate in the United States.

In April, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said “we cannot require someone to be vaccinated. That’s just not what we can do.”

And as recently as July

Now, Human Events‘ Jack Posobiec reveals that California Governor Gavin Newsom – who’s essentially campaigning against his recall on mandatory vaccinations – had deep reservations over government officials ‘making a decision that is very personal.’

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced in July that healthcare workers and state employees must be vaccinated or succumb to weekly testing and wear masks; however, back in 2019, Newsom opposed the same kind of mandate. 

“I believe in immunizations,” Newsom said at the meeting, “however I do legitimately have concerns about a bureaucrat making a decision that is very personal.”

“We don’t measure character or leadership by a commander’s posture during moments of comfort, but by his willingness to stand against the tides and storms of collective opinion during eras of controversy and hysteria,” Kennedy Jr. wrote in a Facebook post. “California Gov. Gavin Newsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fragile children against the wishes of their parents and the medical advice of their physician.” 

“He expressed his concern about giving faceless government officials (with no medical training) veto power over vaccine exemptions deemed medically necessary by a child’s doctor,” Kennedy Jr. continued. “Gavin argued that those decisions should be made between patients and doctors without government involvement.”

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We don’t measure character or leadership by a commander’s posture during moments of comfort, but by his willingness to stand against the tides and storms of collective opinion during eras of controversy and hysteria. California Gov. Gavin Newsom has just passed that test with his wise and sober opposition to a draconian proposal to forcibly vaccinate medically fragile children against the wishes of their parents and the medical advice of their physician. Future historians may marvel at our epic as the time when the traditionally liberal California Democratic Party nearly lost its soul. The $50 billion dollar vaccine industry deployed pet politicians in a choreographed campaign of fear mongering, bigotry and demagoguery, to hijack our party and blaze the path to this shockingly cruel, coercive intrusion on fundamental human rights. The industry’s tame Pharmedia stoked the orchestrated hysteria and brought our party to the brink of compelling risky medical procedures — involving a long list of unnecessary, untested, zero liability drugs — on vulnerable children.

Gov. Newsom broke the spell with a few carefully chosen words of common sense to California’s Democratic Party’s Organizing Convention on June 1. He expressed his concern about giving faceless government officials (with no medical training) veto power over vaccine exemptions deemed medically necessary by a child’s doctor. Gavin argued that those decisions should be made between patients and doctors without government involvement. “I believe in immunizations… however I do legitimately have concerns about a bureaucrat making a decision that is very personal,” Newsom said. “That’s just something we need to pause and think about.” Newsom’s quiet, thoughtful and careful reasoning somehow resonated above the deafening clamor of mob psychosis. Leave a message at 916-445-2841 thanking Gov. Newsom for his humane instincts and fearless leadership and urge him to stay strong. His twitter handle is @GavinNewsom. His email is at https://govapps.gov.ca.gov/gov40mail/. Let’s show him our support! 

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  • Liz PimentelThis is so important for the direction of our humanity! I thank him and you for taking a stand to protect the rights of parents and families who choose what is best for the well-being of their children. Let us remember a medical concern is between patient and doctor! 🗽
  • Misty CassleI’ll believe his words when he actually vetoes it, until then, I’m not very trusting considering most every other politician in this state has completely ignored the concerns of parents of vaccine injured children and have even scoffed at them.
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  • Rachel MarquezFrom the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU!
  • Catherine Paytash ThuressonI am life-long Democrat and was starting to despair that the leaders in my party could be moved to protect the children (and adults) in our country and in my wonderful home state of California from the powerful forays by the pharmaceutical industry to … See more
  • Jennifer CoatesNewsom is continuing the efforts of Jerry Brown to completely and totally ruin this beautiful state. With that said, I’m happy he had the guts to stand up on this issue.
  • Shoko MiyaThank you Gov. Newsom for your courage , love and care for the children! ❤️ ❤️❤️