Terms and Conditions – California Outlines Six Requirements Before Lifting Home Detainment and Reopening The Economy…

To get ahead of any federal guidelines allowing states to re-open their economy, Governor Gavin Newsom is outlining the terms and conditions for California. Please remember the key words that all totalitarian minds use in their language.  When you see the code-words: “challenge“, “opportunity“, “partner” or “support“, pay extra attention.

Governor Gavin Newsom and the government of California now outline six conditions and requirements that must be met before the government will lift the stay-at-home restriction and/or modify the California economic closure. [pdf Here]

California will not lift their lock-down orders until the government has:

(1) The ability to monitor and protect our communities through testing, contact tracing, isolating, and supporting those who are positive or exposed.

  • Do we have the ability to identify contacts of those who are positive to reduce further transmission?
  • Do we have the ability to test everyone who is symptomatic?

(2) The ability to prevent infection in people who are at risk for more severe COVID-19.

  • Are older Californians and the medically vulnerable living in their own homes supported [under surveillance] so they can continue appropriate physical distancing?
  • Have we developed a plan to quickly identify and contain outbreaks in facilities housing older Californians, those living with disabilities, those currently incarcerated, and those with co-morbidities?

(3) The ability of the hospital and health systems to handle surges.

  • Do we have adequate bed capacity, staff and supplies such as ventilators and masks?
  • Can our healthcare system adequately address COVID19 and other critical healthcare need?

(4) The ability to develop therapeutics to meet the demand.

  • Have we built a coalition of private, public, and academic partners to accelerate the development of therapeutics?
  • Have we identified potential therapeutics that have shown promise?

(5) The ability for businesses, schools, and child care facilities to support physical distancing.

  • Have we worked with businesses to support physical distancing practices and introduced guidelines to provide health checks when employees or the general public enter the premises?

(6) The ability to determine when to reinstitute certain measures, such as the stay-at-home orders, if necessary.

  • Are we tracking the right data to provide us an early warning system?
  • Do we have the ability to quickly communicate the need to reinstate these measures?

(LINK)

The publication of this decree is actually quite remarkable.  I was floored when I read it.

Notice within the six terms and conditions there is ZERO CONSIDERATION for rights of the individual.  Every condition is framed around the interests of the state.  The individual is literally framed as adverse to the interests of the state.

Please pause and allow yourself appropriate time to reflect on the seismic shift in this big government state outlook.  It doesn’t matter if you don’t want to be tested.

It doesn’t matter if you want to be contract-traced.  It doesn’t matter if you don’t want to be monitored. It doesn’t matter if you don’t want to be “supported”.

Your rights as an individual are dissolved by the state, where the state interests begin.

Again, re-read it.  There is ZERO consideration for rights of individuals.  All consideration, every consideration, is framed around the interests of the state.

Until the state government identifies and agrees that these specific state designated terms and conditions are met, all Californians are to remain under home detention; and all civil rights are suspended by order of the state.

Additionally, the state will only consider a limited amount of loosened the restrictions; and permit a modified amount of liberty; if, and only if, the state is assured to be able to immediately institute the rules of the original citizen confinement.   That means as long as the state fears they may not be able to accomplish this again… the current status will be retained.

They Say This In Writing !

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The State of California is accomplishing this without even attempting to create a single law; or have a single representative vote… This is all being carried out by decree.

At the end of their presentation the California government admits things will forever be changed.  Restaurants will have new rules, less tables; citizens will be required to wear masks; and “new opportunities will likely arise to support mitigation.”

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567 Responses to Terms and Conditions – California Outlines Six Requirements Before Lifting Home Detainment and Reopening The Economy…

  1. MaryfromMarin says:

    Living in California is a laugh a minute. If you’re in the governor’s office or the CA legislature.

    Liked by 2 people

    • MaryfromMarin says:

      For the rest of us? Choke hold time.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Rod says:

        That’s why I ended up voting with my feet.

        Liked by 4 people

        • jello333 says:

          I’d LOVE to live up in the hills surrounding L.A. The weather is good, fantastic views, TONS of stuff to do 24/7/365 if you want. A LOT of positives. Now all I need to do is balance all that against the negatives and I’ll…

          … oh wait. Never mind. 😦

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        • akearn says:

          Me, too, Rod … left California for my birthplace Oklahoma two years ago. So happy I did. Although there are a helluva lotta liberals here, too, worryingly.

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          • Elle says:

            Yep. The Democrats have kicked our derrières with community organizing. It infects everything. The conservatives have near zero immunity to counter this systemic infiltration of every aspect of our government and community.

            In red states there is a bumper sticker on the cars of angry, narcissistic, middle aged women that says, “Blue Girl/Red State. Yeah. It should read “Blue Girl/Red Hate.” Sigh.

            They are winning on this front. If you want to participate/ get a job/get recognized.. you must have correct thought.

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        • Robert Heinlein wrote when things got bad the best and brightest emigrate to better places.

          Problem is there are very few better places and I’m not about to tell you where they are.

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    • Garrison Hall says:

      Despite the beliefs of progressive politicians, our constitution still exists. Americans have willingly supported voluntary recommendations to combat the spread of the virus. Any way you look at it these voluntary measures have been widely practiced and, as a result, have been successful. But when these voluntary actions get transformed into law and begin being enforced by the police, our country is headed for trouble. These authoritarian suspensions of our constitutional rights should be challenged in our legal system. We must once and for all demonstrate that American government cannot transform itself into a police state.

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  2. nojuanimportante says:

    There will be competition from other states, though, that will cause them to reduce their demands

    Liked by 2 people

    • bullnuke says:

      Blue states are going to be blue states with limited freedom. Red states will open quickly and be pummeled by the msm.

      Liked by 9 people

      • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

        …and the Red states will be able to show marked improvement in their local economies before the sheeple in Blue states ever get out of their own personal prisons, er, uh, I mean, homes.
        And when the contrasts can’t be hidden by the MSM (and trust me, word WILL travel) the Blue Meanies will have some esplain’n to do. Right about November time.

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      • whoseyore says:

        I am not sure guys. My fear is that ‘they’ are all in on tbis. I fear that this is how it will be in every state. They will never give up the control and liberties they have seized from we the people.

        Liked by 3 people

      • john says:

        And plenty of the Blue State idiots will move to Red States and bring with them their idiotic ideas. They will move because of the restrictions, not necessarily because they changed their beliefs. So Red becomes Purple, Purple becomes Blue. Lather, Rinse, Repeat.

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  3. bullnuke says:

    Majority of leftists in California don’t care. The state will always be leftists in charge and illegals in the majority.

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    • iwasthere says:

      Meh, maybe. Once the Feds lift it, the pressure on the governors will be large to ‘free the people.

      Liked by 2 people

      • MelH says:

        The illegals in California have roamed free for decades and they ain’ta gonna stop now. They mowed down my daughters 6 ft/ high 60 ft. wide wood fence 3 times, The cops came, told them “Take that corner slower next time, Fellas. ” They got back in their cars, cops and illegals, and went on their way. Land O’ the Free! Nobody will push back. Don’t want your car keyed, or your tires slit, do ya’?

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    • jello333 says:

      But even in a place like California, they only make up, at most, about 60% of the population. And I would guess that even some “leftists” won’t be thrilled by this. So I suspect it won’t be much longer before we see some major… umm… pushback.

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    • Ono says:

      The tourist and restrauant business are getting slammed. These are in the deep blue areas of Ca.

      The leases small shops and restaurants pay in costal cities is through the roof. They have a hard enough time staying in business through non tourist seasons

      I suspect when President Trump says business is open, the people will go all in. If Newsome says no it wont go well with his popularity with demand business owners.

      With summer approaching there will be some very angry people in the entertainment industry (Disneyland, Universal Studios, Sea World, Hollywood bowl, Hotels…) should Newsome continue to act as King of Ca.

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  4. pocaMAGAjunta says:

    Big Brother is Asshole.

    Liked by 4 people

    • sundance says:

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      • Tom says:

        Look at all the opportunities for the state here. Lock non compliant citizen up for violating stay at home. Put them in CV 19 special cell, check on them in two weeks to make sure they were administered correct viral load.
        autopsy reads, death by CV 19, oh darn.
        Don’t think it didn’t happen / is happening, in China, don’t think it won’t happen here. Tyrants are tyrants.

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      • starfcker says:

        I thought Newsom was the best chance for a national politician the Democrat party had. It’s hard to find star quality like that on the Democrat side. If the powers-that-be are willing to sacrifice Newsom, you can bet this is serious. President Trump, watch your back. These people will stop at nothing.

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      • pocaMAGAjunta says:

        We can all thank Orwell for describing and predicting the totalitarian state. And now we see it and we recognize it. Our founders knew our freedoms must be stridently maintained, and yet here we are.

        Others warned that Pandora’s box contained a series of ones and zeros. Welcome to the Machine / Rage Against the Machine.

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  5. mallardcove says:

    I live here in California. Moved here(not by choice) in February 2019 because the company I work for got bought out and I had to be transferred to San Diego. I hate it here. I’ve hated it here since I got here. Taxes and cost of living is ridiculous.

    I’ve been working from home the past month and my apartment lease is up in August. I see no reason whatsoever to stay here when I have to be working from home anyway, and if Newsome gets his way it looks like I will be doing so into August. I’m out of here and moving into temporary housing in Nevada or Arizona once my apartment lease is up. If my company has a problem with that they can go without me as I have enough in savings to manage.

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  6. progpoker says:

    My first question for Gavin Gruesome, where does the State stand right now, in meeting all of those criteria? Can/Will he tell us that??

    Liked by 5 people

  7. Elric VIII says:

    Shit’s about to get serious. Criminals will have a field day while citizens cower.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Bill Dumanch says:

    They saw the seam (Environmentalism) in came the wolves (tyrants/Democrats)

    YOUR 401K. YOUR job.

    11 states are going to hold America hostage-ALL Democrats.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Bill, those states may think they are important but the rest of the country will run just fine without them. They will only be able to hold their own citizens hostages but they have nothing on the rest of us. Their businesses can move into other states and probably be much better off for their bottom line it the blue doesn’t let them open up.

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  9. booger71 says:

    I wouldn’t go to CA anyway, I doubt if the citizenry will abide …they have for now because everyone else was, but as soon as they see the flyover country folk enjoying themselves packed bars and restaurants, they will revolt.

    Liked by 8 people

    • jello333 says:

      Yep, even most Dems (other than the most hardcore Trump-haters) won’t sit still much longer.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Zoe says:

        You would think they would hate being at home because they wouldn’t be able to harass and terrorize Trump supporters.

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      • Beverly says:

        Sadly, the Demonrats LIKE being serfs. It makes them feel safe that Big Brother is watching over them, that they don’t have to make any scary decisions for themselves, and that Big Brother and the Gestapo can make Other People BEHAVE.

        The longer this garbage/insanity has gone on, the more the idiot New York City folks have wallowed in it. Now they’re almost ALL wearing the stupid masks out in the street and in their cars.

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  10. peace says:

    Keep California closed and open the 29 states that are ready to do business.

    Liked by 13 people

    • AnotherView says:

      I agree.

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    • Hey, I’m a HUGE believer in States’ Rights and decentralized government, but I would think that, since ports are essential to the survival of American people, the Federal Government (Trump) CAN issue orders that call for reduced restrictions in order to facilitate importation of vital materials that are essential to national defense AND the welfare of the people. As such, this would NOT be an unnecessary or unconstitutional infringement on States Rights.

      How ELSE could land-locked states be expected to survive if coastal states (like CA or NY) where the BIG, deepwater ports exist could throttle interstate commerce?

      Liked by 10 people

      • whoseyore says:

        Excellent point!

        Liked by 3 people

      • jello333 says:

        I agree, I’m almost certain Trump could do something about ports and such, and whatever transportation and infrastructure would be needed to service them, and get stuff out of the state. The only question is, would the workers work, or would they keep things shut down if their masters told them to. I don’t doubt some unions would go along with the Dems. But maybe only the leadership… I would think that the majority of the rank-and-file would be with Trump.

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      • AloftWalt says:

        Commerce Clause of the Constitution.

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        • EXACTLY!

          “The commerce clause has traditionally been interpreted both as a grant of positive authority to Congress and as an implied prohibition of state laws and regulations that interfere with or discriminate against interstate commerce (the so-called “dormant” commerce clause). In its positive interpretation the clause serves as the legal foundation of much of the U.S. government’s regulatory power.”

          https://www.britannica.com/topic/commerce-clause

          Although I feel compelled to note that this seems to be saying Congress (Pelosi) will have the ability to screw up whatever the President tries to do…

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          • TarsTarkas says:

            Commerce Clause only applies when a Democrat is the President. Otherwise it is a tyrannical overreach by would be Mr. H’s / sarc

            It will certainly end up in the Supreme Court

            Things will happen much faster than that though.

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      • justice, The whole Gulf is deep water. The port of Houston is massive. That’s where most of the refineries are and where oil & gas ship in and out of. Cargo ships line up all day everyday there. Then there are also Gulf ports in LA, MS, AL, GA, Western FL. And on the East Coast there are huge Atlantic ports in Eastern FL, GA SC (have really big ports), NC, and VA. Plus the largest US Navel base in the world is in Norfolk, VA. So we don’t need CA or NY to be open. The rest of our country will step up and take on the added import/export business because we don’t need those dem states to MAGA!!!

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  11. Its just the beginning.

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  12. bjorn says:

    It reads exactly like a corporate memo about its staff. This is how the administrative state sees you.

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Garavaglia says:

    The push from the Yankee states and the godless western states will now be to influence whether the rest of us loosen our restrictions. That’s all I see when I read this nonsense. I hope and pray we here in Mississippi are close. Most of us don’t much care what California has to say about a damn thing. Another country as far as I’m concerned. I guess we will have to show the rest of you just how stupid we are. And if you need cotton, we ain’t sharing..lol

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    • abstain says:

      Whoa. Yankee is not a good term to use here, Garavaglia.
      Is New York City Yankee? No.
      Delaware? Definitely not.
      Massachusetts is not doing too badly because of our Republican Governor.

      Yankee goes with ingenuity and we’re going to need that.

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  14. Disgusted says:

    Is the governor willing to work to help the citizens of California or does he want someone else to do it for him. What a lame statement for a fo nothing!

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Simon Says says:

    This reminds me of a relative that can’t find or keep a job. In order to work he required financial support until he got paid, new clothes, and a vehicle with gas money until he could afford his own. He was buried in a hole, in a hole. In a hole, in a hole.. self fulfilling prophesy with never ending financial requirements. If they expect others to dig them out of a hole, they are almost certainly a democrat voter.

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  16. Rj says:

    These progressives (lazy communist) have handlers and the curtain needs to be pulled back.

    Liked by 4 people

  17. Joe says:

    Listened to this entire press conference while building a beautiful Kentucky horse farm 6’ fence with multiple gates for vehicle and pedestrian access.

    It was fascinating to hear this unto for unknown health official express her new found power, her #6 was the economy. It was, of course, the least interesting to her. And the bizarre labyrinth of: if this, then that, outcomes was CLASSIC bureaucrat power trip.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. Sentient says:

    George W Bush: “it’s just a goddamn piece of paper”.
    https://rense.com/general69/paper.htm

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  19. TwoLaine says:

    They forgot one thing. You will not be allowed to vote unless all terms are met.

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Or own weapon…….That is one they have not touched …… yet…….

      Taking our guns……..

      Liked by 1 person

    • TMonroe says:

      Mail-in / harvesting. It’s covered.

      Liked by 1 person

      • TwoLaine says:

        Think about this one too.

        1.) DIMs want prisoners to be able to vote
        2.) Prisoners are given voting rights in DIM states
        3.) Prisoners are let out of prison early under cover of Coronavirus scare tactics
        4.) 2020 Presidential ballots arrive at prison for prisoners let out early (OOPS)

        Who votes them since Califonia apparently also allows harvesting?

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  20. joeknuckles says:

    Can Trump declare an end to the state of emergency in California to restore our rights?

    Liked by 1 person

  21. AnotherView says:

    These demons from hell are determined to get our DNA for their databases. Make no mistake, this is no longer a temporal matter, it’s a spiritual one. Whatever their diabolical plans are, we’re expendable.

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  22. Mojo56 says:

    And where does this tyrant think the money is going to come from to pay for this police state? Tax revenues are going to plummet with all the businesses being closed. I’m ready for the revolt.

    Liked by 5 people

  23. Robert Schecter says:

    Like to see some lawsuits on this. States can use police powers for health and safety / the common good, but there are limits and Gavin seems to be clearly exceeding them.

    Aside from that, I’m sure Trump has considerable leverage he can bring to bear.

    Finally, perhaps the sheep at some point will awaken, take to the streets and render these requirements meaningless

    Liked by 2 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “Finally, perhaps the sheep at some point will awaken, take to the streets”

      Agh, but “they” made protests “not necessary”, so if you leave your domicile to attend one, you will not be “in compliance”./s

      Time for EVERYONE to reject “compliance”!

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      • vikingmom says:

        Deplorable – I have a close friend who has lived in Cali her entire life and she is willingly acquiescing to EVERY demand that is being made. I (and several others) have tried, nicely, a couple of times to explain the political and financial motivations behind this crisis and she has made very clear that she does NOT want to hear about it….This is the message that she sent me today:

        “I don’t believe we are being attacked, being lied to, or that there is some big dark conspiracy. But, I can’t change your mind and position, nor do I want to. We can just agree to disagree.”

        She is 75 years old and will happily stay at home and watch General Hospital until she is given “permission” to leave…I love her but I am just done trying to explain facts to people who choose to live with their head in the sand!

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        • Beverly says:

          My niece, 32, is the same. She is incredibly naive and trusting, and her parents are liberal bird brains, and she’s been marinated in the Government Knows Best lies throughout her schooling. Very hard for her Aunt to sail into all those headwinds, but I try from time to time.

          She has a good heart, but the kid has been brainwashed to believe that the bastards from the Government really ARE trying to ‘help everyone.’ Her mom, my sister, was equally foolish. [Actually, my sister was worse.]

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    • vikingmom says:

      YES!! I cannot believe there have not been a million lawsuits filed already!! If the President had declared the “lockdown” at a National level the ACLU would have had 100 lawyers in court before the ink was dry on the orders!!

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  24. We should not have shut down the country. One big mistake.

    We have lost 17 million jobs already. We are losing our liberties.

    Please write President Trump and remind him that his main job is not to keep us safe, but to keep us free.

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    • Kirsty I says:

      It may seem to be a big mistake.
      I would counter that there was only one way that President Trump could attain total control over the entire nation and that was to declare a state of Emergency in every state.
      He is standing back and allowing these Governors to show their totalitarian bent.
      It is much more powerful for the people waking up to the truth themselves. He is allowing these Governors to show their true colours.
      The same way he did with Mueller, the Ukrainian phone call, Rod Ro standing nervously behind Bill Barr as he announces the Mueller report found no guilt on behalf of PDJT.
      His M.O. is to let these deep state liars expose themselves and he is a master of it. He allowed Mueller, Rosenstein, Ryan, Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, Dr. Fauci and Dr. Brix, the WHO, China’s brutality and lying and Chuck Schumer to be shown as the liars they are.
      AG Barr has already issued an edict that states the Constitution is King, not a virus.
      Because the National Emergency is under affect, he is King.
      He will use this to play the Trump card.
      He is a master of Sun Tzu and his Art of War and is using it brilliantly.

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      • Hm, at what cost? 17 million jobs, thousands of businesses lost? Setting a precedent that if a bad virus comes we lose all of our freedoms?

        The good news is that President Trump saved a lot of lives through HCQ and he is the best to get the economy going again once the shutdown is over.

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  25. ezgoer says:

    Every blue state run by the fascist Democrats will adopt a policy similar to California. What is so ironic is that the revolution for independence began in the New England states and now they are the states that want an oppressive totalitarian government where the individual is subservient to the state.

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  26. ericsrightsock says:

    If that degree stands a lot of folk are not going back to work for a long time……….?

    Liked by 2 people

  27. Publius2016 says:

    LAWFARE ON STERIODS!

    using Public Health laws to bring in the Age of Sharia!

    how long before criminal gangs take advantage big time while Antifa BLM SJWs terrorize the People?

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    • Risa says:

      I can cough on them. Apparently it’s my new superpower.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “while Antifa BLM SJWs terrorize the People?”

      Not when “the People” have loaded 30 round ammunition feeding devices, along with the tool that uses them.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Publius2016 says:

        if you live in a high rise, how can you protect your weapons?

        BLM Antifa SJWs are embedded within each block…they are modeled after Mao China system of informants…they are True Believers

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        • Deplorable_Infidel says:

          “if you live in a high rise, how can you protect your weapons?”

          There are hiding spots that look like ordinary furniture.

          https://www.secureitgunstorage.com/

          Decentralization
          The CASE FOR DECENTRALIZED GUN STORAGE

          Decentralizing your gun storage makes it more difficult for thieves to find your guns and far easier for you to protect yourself. This means putting firearms in strategic locations throughout your home so that thieves can’t locate all of them at once also giving you fast access to your guns when you need it.

          Store all of your guns in a single gun safe and thieves will find them in no time. They’ll cut into it and, in just a few minutes, make off with all of your guns. It happens every day.
          If you store all your firearms in a single gun safe, you’d better hope to be close to it, with fast access, if you ever need to protect yourself and your family from an intruder.

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  28. scooger says:

    I live in CA – this is Herr Newsom’s Enabling Act –

    https://www.dw.com/en/the-law-that-enabled-hitlers-dictatorship/a-16689839
    Eighty years ago, Germany’s parliament passed the “Enabling Act.” From that point on, Adolf Hitler could enact laws without the need of parliamentary approval.

    The steady stream of middle class family/business leaving the state will gather momentum with this decree. Most of my friends are looking into alternative states.

    It will be interesting to compare/contract to Gov Abbott’s efforts in TX

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  29. Publius2016 says:

    The State just confiscated every RENTAL PROPERTY WITH UNEMPLOYED SQUATTERS…if you are a renter, you and your family must not pay rent but instead save the monthly to escape from California…What will California Supreme Court decide??? remember, Supreme Courts on state level protect PRIVATE REAL ESTATE INTERESTS!

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  30. California Joe says:

    These are VERY SUBJECTIVE requirements and most, if not all, can easily be answered with a YES! I don’t see these as draconian or even obstacles to ending the shutdown.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Leaving says:

      Funny, I agree they are subjective and don’t see any way they CAN be declared accomplished

      Liked by 1 person

      • MelH says:

        Every business owner will decide how and when to open. No need to talk about it, the employees are sane and so is the owner and they all want the same thing. “Closed California” is NOT closed. Alll grocery stores and gas stations and hardware stores are open. Elective surgeries have all been moved and scheduled to June and will take place with or without Gavin Newsom. Restaurants are doing Delivery and take-out and making more money than when they seated people. Life is different, but better already.
        Because………TRUMP! He won’t let us come to harm.

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  31. Kirsty I says:

    My worried friends. Fear Not! President Trump, due to the war powers act is the King.
    He is watching these governors very closely, and as you know, people are not reacting well to their power grabs.
    Be at peace. This needed to happen.
    The Trump card is sure to be played soon.
    Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) is being shown to be somewhat of a miracle drug. It looks like it’s curing Lyme’s disease, with the addition of Zinc.
    Zinc makes the cell wall more permeable.
    Fear Not!

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  32. Publius2016 says:

    Now we understand the Genius of 45! State Courts will need to weigh in on these Draconian measures as the FATALITY numbers do not warrant this INVASION!

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  33. keeler says:

    Quick takes:

    1) Surveillance state. Nor more needs to be said.

    2) At least here in Massachusetts, the vast, vast number of deaths have occurred in long term elderly care facilities, with worst records belonging to state run veterans’ homes which would presumably meet these “conditions.” They failed miserably. This model of centralized authority failed as centralized authority models tend to. Not the right way to handle future situations.

    3) We appear to already have those abilities despite being largely unprepared. The “surge” sputtered and we are likely not past the peak. This is a baseless justification for 4)…

    4) Slush funds, union carve outs, and lobbyist “non-proft” grats .

    5) New regulations to raise funds the state via licensing and fines. See 4).

    6) See 1).

    I have and still advocate for creation of pandemic guidelines and protocols, much as we have for wildfires, floods, hurricanes etc. However, this declaration is an extra-legal fiat that does not address the core issues and instead seeks to cement the erosion of civil liberties.

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  34. ed bernay says:

    The Progressive politicians know this will smacked down by the courts. It gives them a way to show their progressive supporters that they did everything they could to “save” lives without actually having to lose face by back tracking. The longer the stay at home order goes on and people are out of work, the more angry people are going to be with the Democrats. I think they and the media seriously miscalculated the shutdown of the Trump economy. I live in PA and independents are pissed.

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  35. TonyE says:

    I live in SoCal.

    I’m gonna ignore this.

    That’s it. I’m done. Two more weeks and I’m going to Costco and cut a big fart in the direction of Sacramentograd.

    Now, you’d think the California GOP would sue, huh?

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  36. It seems like every day I wake up and it’s a bright spring morning with hope in the air. One of the most beautiful times of the year in this part of NY. I go outside and the forsythia are the most brilliant yellow imaginable; the birds are singing, leaves are starting to appear on the trees and plants are pushing their way way up out of the ground.
    Everything is fine until I sit to down to work at my computer and begin looking at the news of the day, culminating in a story like this one from Sundance, which reminds me that the nightmare isn’t even close to ending. How did we ever get to a place where American citizens are willing to give up their liberty and freedom without a fight?
    Jefferson said “A government that is big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take away everything you have.” Are we there yet?

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    • Risa says:

      No one has given up without a fight, take heart.
      The expiration date on this insanity is nearing and citizens of every political persuasion are tiring of the lockdown. Yes, there are the usual hysterics who want to stay at home hiding, but most want to go back to normal.
      Even Leftists want to have fun, and house arrest is getting old.

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    • abstain says:

      So true.
      All the joy is being crushed out of Spring.
      Just keep to small doses of computing, then go outside.
      If it’s raining, read a book (preferably a classic).

      I’ve run through Tolkien, and the Aubrey/Maturin novels by O’Brian since this mess started.
      BUT, I’m starting to think Vince Flynn, Tom Clancy, and Mark Greaney might be more apropos.

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      • abstain- not all the joy has been taken.
        I love being outdoors and am able to do so quite freely. I get to see some of my family members who live nearby. We walk by the river and nobody bothers us. I’ve gone paddling on the nearby lake.
        There are some things they can’t take from us like beauty and love.

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  37. Nagothm says:

    Ail I can say is that President Trump’s changing of the 9th circuit is going to be pivotal going forward.

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  38. TFred says:

    All those requirements, and nothing about considering how many people are actually sick. Maybe it’s in the full document, but none of those six conditions has anything to do with whether there are actually still sick people.

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  39. thatgreatnorthernguy says:

    Prediction: Since Montana Governor Steve Bullock has admitted he has no plan to “reopen” the fourth largest state in the union, he will adopt this plan as his own. On orders of Chuck You Schumer, of course.

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    • oldumb says:

      Montana is the 4th largest state – by land mass? What does chuck schumer have to do with Montana. Your comment confuses me.

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      • thatgreatnorthernguy says:

        Yes, fourth largest by land mass, but with a population of barely a million people, and only 400 confirmed cases of Kung Flu. Only seven deaths. Bullock’s statewide lockdown obviously wasn’t needed, but Bullock seems to think Montana should be run like California. As for Schumer, he flew into Helena a week before Bullock announced he was running for Senator. ( This, after his haunting Iowa in a failed Presidental campaign- in which he repeatedly and pointedly stated he wasn’t interested at all in a Senate bid. Schumer works him like a sock puppet.

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  40. nimrodman says:

    “Restaurants will have new rules, less tables …”

    What if “less tables” winds up being “too few to turn a profit”?

    Poof!
    Outta business

    “Sorry, mannnnnnn …”

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  41. lizajmoon says:

    most of the people i know who live there are in favor of exactly this for everyone everywhere, except they themselves there now. this should be fun.

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  42. Gavin Kirk says:

    Living here as a transpant for 20 years i would give this another week before people see the other states opening up (particularly those with a higher infection rate than California had) and people begin to ask hard questions like “When can we be done with this bullshit?” California never had overflowing hospitals or all the other scare predictions so its becoming tougher and tougher to go along with this gag.

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    • Deplorably Bonnie Blue says:

      A hospital here in San Diego just furloughed 21 workers because they aren’t needed, haha. One of furloughed workers was whining and stomping her foot saying they should be retrained to work in other areas of the hospital rather than being laid off. Selfish worker. I bet she doesn’t give a rat’s behind about all the UNEMPLOYED people that have not worked in forever. This pandemic is underwhelming. While many people seem quite happy to say home and collect unemployment, lots of parties and other things going on and Home Depot is always crowded, so not too many worried about getting sick.

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  43. El Torito says:

    Last sentence oof today’s presser: “Any state that doesn’t comply with our guidelines to reopen, we will come down hard on.” No way this ends well for these idiots.

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  44. cheryl says:

    Track people who have been tested/vaccinated or not. A Bill Gates dream.

    Fight back against the little tyrants in your communities. Once they grab the power, they don’t want to let it go.

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  45. Kirsty I says:

    “Fear Not!” is written 366 times in the Bible.
    How many days are there in a leap year?
    What year was President Trump elected in and what year is it now?
    Be at peace.
    You’re in very good hands.

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  46. bullnuke says:

    It takes just one state that has not been beat up by the virus (many) to open for business. Change will happen when the list of those who follow grows.

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  47. alliwantissometruth says:

    Are any of these bovine droppings conditions Constitutional?

    If any democrat controlled States do get away with something like this, it could very well be a blessing in disguise

    If republican controlled States are up and running, and normalcy and productivity return, the people in democrat States will be outraged with their “leadership” and might finally see the light

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  48. NJF says:

    This is F’ing sick. And will the others concur & impose the same “guidelines”…

    They are creating “collections” of states to hold leverage.

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  49. El Torito says:

    Last sentence of today’s presser: “Any state that doesn’t comply with our guidelines to reopen, we will come down very hard on.”

    No way this ends well for these idiots.

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  50. billr says:

    Tonight, General Secretary Xi Jinping is a proud father.

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