Did you see the jam-packed New York City Madison Square Garden basketball game recently with over 16,000 attendees? Or maybe you plan to attend a game at Chicago’s Wrigley Field which is set to open for tens of thousands to enjoy America’s pastime.
As the world reopens, from Italy to Chicago, and the COVID pandemic recedes, our economies are coming to life. Even in places like New York and Illinois, leaders like New York Gov. Cuomo, Illinois Gov. Pritzker, and Chicago’s Mayor Lightfoot have relented.
But not in California.
After his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel where Newsom declared this past year has been “a helluva lot of fun,” and despite his “promise” to reopen the state on June 15th, Newsom recently declared:
“We’re still in a state of emergency. This disease has not been extinguished, it’s not vanished, it’s not taking the summer months off. For all of the reasons I just enunciated, that’s why we are not lifting the state of emergency here in the state.”
Newsom claims that the reason it must be so is that