On this Friday version of WTF California, we highlight how the hypocrisy is in as cities in California are aiming to trim their police budget, but DC Metro police are asking for a 20% increase to help protect lawmakers. Youth sports are returning, Gavin Newsom encourages doubling masking up as Japanese Supercomputer says it would make no impact. Congressman Eric Swalwell sues Donald Trump. Others are also now picking up “Where is Tony Thurmond” and we question whether road rage should be legal.
- Threats to lawmakers have nearly DOUBLED in the first two months of 2021 as security is ramped up in DC ahead of reports of plot by far-right group to breach Capitol on Thursday
DC Metro Polcie Chief is requesting a 20 per cent increase to help the department protect lawmakers at the Capitol complex and in their home districts
- Remember Nancy Pelosi calling the Capitol riot an “armed insurrection”? The FBI now admits the TRUTH
In a hearing today on the Capitol riot, Senator Ron Johnson asked the FBI how many firearms were recovered after the riot took place and here’s what he was told: Zero firearms were recovered on Capitol grounds or in the Capitol.
Governor Newsom Signs Executive Order in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic 3.4.21
SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today signed an executive order extending authorization for local governments to halt evictions for commercial renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through June 30, 2021.
- Newsom calls for Californians to ‘double down’ on wearing masks, state recommends double masking
STOCKTON, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday called for Californians who use cloth masks to consider double masking in some cases for better protection against COVID-19.
- Japan supercomputer shows doubling masks offers little help preventing viral spread
TOKYO, March 5 (Reuters) – Japanese supercomputer simulations showed that wearing two masks gave limited benefit in blocking viral spread compared with one properly fitted mask
- Those fever scanners that everyone is using to fight COVID can be wildly inaccurate, researchers say
WASHINGTON – Temperature-scanning devices that check for fevers in schools, workplaces and public venues across the United States distort the results in a way that could overlook the telltale sign of a coronavirus infection, according to new research that casts doubt on the systems’ effectiveness in helping people resume normal life.
- Settlement OKs return of indoor youth sports in California
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Indoor sports in California can soon resume after Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by two high-school athletes.
- San José School District Secures Vaccine for Entire Workforce
SAN JOSE (KPIX) — The San José Unified School District announced Thursday it had secured 4,000 COVID-19 vaccination opportunities, which will cover its entire workforce.
- Rep. Swalwell sues Trumps, Giuliani for Capitol riot
SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — California’s U.S. Representative Eric Swalwell has filed a lawsuit against former President Donald Trump.
- Where is Tony Thurmond? State schools chief stays behind the scenes in school reopening debate
California’s top education official keeps a low profile as millions of students remain home. Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders had a lot of people to thank when they gathered earlier this week to announce the state’s plan to reopen public schools. They expressed gratitude for each other, name-dropped several Democratic lawmakers and even acknowledged teachers, parents and students who have struggled to learn at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Study: There was no California ‘mass exodus’ amid pandemic, but more people are leaving the Bay Area
Despite suggestions of a California exodus to other states in recent months, most who leave that region do not move far, though many Sierra counties saw a large influx of migrants from San Francisco compared with 2019.
- San Diego police officer arrested, accused of brandishing gun during road rage incident
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – An off-duty San Diego police officer was arrested Thursday, accused of brandishing a gun during a road rage incident in Clairemont.
Listen & Subscribe
- Apple Podcast – click here
- Google Podcast – click here
- PodBean – click here
- Spotify – click here
- TuneIn-Alexa: click here
- Official Website
Do us a favor and hit subscribe and be alerted when new episodes are released.