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TERRELL: ‘The hypocrisy insults the intelligence of every citizen of California’

“This is the first time, Trey, that I want to leave the state of California.”



The state of California tightened COVID-19 restrictions ahead of Thanksgiving in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a stay-at-home order last week, while Los Angeles County even banned outdoor dining. 

But, while urging Californians to follow these guidelines, Newsom was seen at an indoor dinner party without a mask or social distancing in play. 

Leo Terrell told a Wednesday night Hannity panel that the hypocrisy is insulting and makes him want to leave the golden state. 

“I say this without any hyperbole. This is the first time, Trey, that I want to leave the state of California. Why? Because the hypocrisy insults the intelligence of every citizen of California,” he said. 

“We have a county health director who’s not elected, who makes half a million dollars, who’s not even a medical doctor and she shuts down the restaurants for outdoor dining and as you said, the democrats always keep saying, we follow the science,” he added. “There’s no science.” 

“One additional fact, there are more people getting infected in government buildings than outdoor restaurants. So what I’m saying to you is, the hypocrisy is too much for me. I’m hoping that maybe I can find a place either in South Carolina or next door to Governor Huckabee.” 

Terrell blasted the democratic leadership for shutting down the entire state. 

“It is just ridiculous out here because it is too much democratic control and it doesn’t justify the shutting down of this entire state.”

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  1. Jennifer Sathre

    November 28, 2020 at 9:29 am

    I’m surprise there isn’t a rush to leave the state! I wouldn’t live there for all the tea in China!! I now will probably never visit either!

  2. JoeyB123

    November 28, 2020 at 9:45 am

    Agreed, what kills me the most is voters (not I or family) keep voting them socialist Knuckle draggers in office, who in their right frame of mind would vote for a GAS TAX thinking they’re going to use it on schools and roads.

  3. Tex

    November 28, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    Come on move to the Carolinas you will be welcomed with open arms even if you used to be a democrats lol.

  4. GK

    November 30, 2020 at 3:41 pm

    The hypocrisy should insult the intelligence of Californians, but I’m afraid most of them aren’t that smart or they wouldn’t have voted for Gavin in the first place. I’m 71, always lived in California, always a Democrat until Obama’s 2nd election, because just like you Leo, I realized the Democrats had left me. The two parties have completely changed and don’t resemble what they once were. The most frightening part is how many people aren’t smart enough and/or are too weak to even begin to think about other viewpoints or discuss anything that differs from their view by the slightest amount. In fact many of them will go into a rage. I’m not just talking about more current generations — this includes people I was close to when I was in my 20s. What on earth happened? I have not been able to understand or see any logic as to how so many people can no longer think, question or explore with their minds. That’s the part that frightens me the most.

  5. Gregory Wilson

    December 7, 2020 at 1:25 pm

    Born and raised in california raised out kids here but now I wonder do we have to go or is this state worth fighting for? Have the elections been rigged here since the 80s? Who is voting in more and more taxes??? Or our “elected” officials. Help with us lead the fight!!!

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Federal Judge Blocks Biden’s Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate




A federal judge in Kentucky issued a preliminary injunction on Tuesday against President Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors and subcontractors.

“U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove, who serves the Eastern District of Kentucky, issued the opinion and order Tuesday afternoon,” the Lexington Herald Leader reported. “It came in response to a challenge from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who joined many other state attorneys general in challenging the mandate.”

“This is not a case about whether vaccines are effective. They are,” Van Tatenhove wrote. “Nor is this a case about whether the government, at some level, and in some circumstances, can require citizens to obtain vaccines. It can.”

He explained that the case was about if Biden could impose vaccines on the employees of government contractors and subcontractors, which “in all likelihood, the answer to that question is no,” he said.

The ruling comes the day after a different federal judge placed a halt on Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for U.S. workers, calling the requirement a “politically and economically vast, federalism-altering, and boundary-pushing mandate.”

“The scale falls clearly in favor of healthcare facilities operating with some unvaccinated employees, staff, trainees, students, volunteers and contractors, rather than the swift, irremediable impact of requiring healthcare facilities to choose between two undesirable choices — providing substandard care or providing no healthcare at all,” U.S. District Judge Matthew Schelp wrote in a 32-page order.

The New York Post explained, the “requirement would have affected more than 17 million workers in about 76,000 health care facilities and home health care providers. Under the rule, announced Nov. 4, those affected would have to get their first dose of a vaccine by Dec. 6 and their second shot by Jan. 4.”

“A previous ruling against the Biden administration temporarily blocked a rule that private businesses with more than 100 employees require workers to be vaccinated or face weekly testing,” the Post added.

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Aaron Rodgers ‘Misty-Eyed’ After Post-COVID Packers Win, Avoids Talking Vaccine ‘What-Ifs’



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After more than a week of hate from the liberal media over having not received the COVID-19 vaccination, Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers shut them up with a major win. Rodgers missed the last Packers game due to having COVID-19, but savored his win on Lambeau Field admitting he was a bit “misty-eyed” as he was greeted with cheers.

Rodgers was 23-for-37 with 292 passing yards and an interception, as Green Bay defeated the Seattle Seahawks 17-0. “I just don’t take these things for granted, walking off the field as a winner. Just walking out with Preston [Smith], who I have so much love and appreciation for, and then hearing that type of response from the crowd, it was a little extra special today,” Rodgers said, via the Packers’ website.

Fox News reports Rodgers created a firestorm with his explanation for being unvaccinated and his reasoning for seeking homeopathic treatments to be “immunized” instead of vaccinated against the coronavirus. He said on his last “Pat McAfee Show” appearance he took responsibility for misleading people.

“Everybody has an opinion and I understand that it’s a very polarizing issue for some individuals but I’m just focusing on the support that I got and it was deep and wide, and greatly appreciated,” Rodgers said Sunday night, via ESPN. “There’s always going to be criticism in this world. I don’t define myself by the criticism but I understand it’s a part of this because this issue is definitely polarizing. But again, I’m just so deeply grateful for all the people that reached out.”

When he was given a hypothetical suggestion about the possibility of missing the Super Bowl because of his vaccination status, Rodgers wasn’t biting on a “what-if” question.

“I don’t really like playing the what-if games. So what I do know is I have more than two months right now where my protocol’s not testing every single day. So that’s kind of the only thing I’m thinking about. I don’t like playing the hypothetical game. Obviously, you’d love to be playing the second weekend in February and hopefully we’re in that position,” he concluded.

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