California governor hit for vacation in red state of Montana

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Now that’s pretty funny. Earlier in the week, I told you how popular Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) was enjoying the 4th of July weekend in Montana’s Flathead Valley. All this while California train wreck Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA) was funding Florida TV ads, desperately trying to convince Floridians to move to California.

For those unaware, California has seen a mass exodus of people fleeing the state due to draconian mandates and lockdown policies.

Turns out, the California governor was also apparently vacationing in the red, freedom-loving state of Montana on the exact same weekend.

Emily Hoeven writes a newsletter covering California politics called “WhatMatters”. She shared the scoop by Twitter:

SCOOP:@GavinNewsom is on vacation in Montana. His office had been reluctant to release the location until now. Montana is one of 22 states to which California prohibits state-funded travel due to anti-LGBTQ+ policies. It is also likely to institute a ban on abortion.

So Newsom is now hitting the left for his Montana vacation, even though California officially bans state government travel to states like Montana.

Read more: CA prohibits travel to MT

Here is what I find comical. Americans are fleeing to free states like Montana and Florida that have resisted blockages and senseless mandates in states like California. Newsom was trying to attack freedom-loving states like Florida. Meanwhile, Newsom escapes to the same red, freedom-loving state of Montana that Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was also enjoying for Independence Day weekend.

As former Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke noted, “He (DeSantis) and Montana’s own Governor, Greg Gianforte, lead the country in implementing principled policies that secure individual freedoms. and parental rights and smash the woke agenda. Great patriots!”

I’ll write more – but I have to be LIVE on the radio in 4 minutes…so I better roll.

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