Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
As Bob Hoge reported, California Gov. Gavin Newsom left the state for parts unknown Thursday, a day after belatedly declaring a State of Emergency in 18 of the state’s counties due to record-breaking snowfall resulted in massive power outages and food shortages where roads were buried under many feet of snow.
In some counties, people have been without power or snowed in, unable to leave their homes, for more than 10 days. As conditions have predictably worsened and even mainstream media outlets in the state are reporting that promised help has not arrived, speculation about Newsom’s whereabouts has gotten much louder. Late Sunday morning, about the time Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was preparing to take the stage at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Newsom’s press office announced that Newsom had returned and that he’d been on a ‘personal trip’ in Baja California, Mexico.
NEW: @GavinNewsom has returned to the state, per his press office.— Emily Hoeven (@emily_hoeven) March 5, 2023
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Newsom’s press office didn’t elaborate on where in Baja California — which is a state, not a city — Newsom was, but it *is* the state in which Cabo San Lucas is located. When Newsom and his family went missing over Thanksgiving week 2021, they were in Cabo vacationing at the $29,000/night dacha of a Russian oligarch, so it’s not a stretch to speculate that he might have been in Cabo again.
(Newsom also went missing in October 2021, and his whereabouts were unknown until RedState spotted him in photos in Vogue magazine from Big Oil heiress Ivy Getty’s lavish San Francisco wedding, which was officiated by Nancy Pelosi.)
Meanwhile, according to people involved with rescue efforts in the San Bernardino County mountain communities (Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead, and more), at least one person was found dead in their home Sunday. Many homes have snow drifts so tall that residents cannot see out the first-floor windows (or even second-floor), so as crews go door-to-door checking on residents it’s likely that more people will be found dead.
BREAKING: According to sources involved with rescue efforts in snowed-in San Bernardino mountain communities, at least one person has been found dead in their home. More details later this afternoon at RedState.— Jennifer Van Laar (@jenvanlaar) March 5, 2023