Legislators who have embraced lockdown culture may want to start considering that a government, and, more specifically, its executives, who can seemingly do anything… can seemingly do anything.,
California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration rejected a public records request from a major newspaper to reveal the specifics of his nearly $1 billion deal to receive 200 million masks per month from a Chinese manufacturer.
In a letter dated Monday to the Los Angeles Times, the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services stated that the state’s contract with Chinese electric car manufacturer BYD does not have to be made public.
Can you sign a $1 billion deal with a foreign company, and then reject public records requests like some kind of tinpot dictator?
Well sure. If you can send helicopters to patrol beaches, effectively confine much of the population to their homes, shut down businesses across the state, and all the other good stuff we’re taking in these days, what’s a mere records request?
Read the full story from Front Page Mag
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