California Gov. Gavin Newsom is embroiled in another controversy accusing him of hypocrisy surrounding his own COVID-19 orders. The California governor admitted that his daughter is not yet vaccinated against COVID-19 despite enacting a sweeping mandate requiring students to get the coronavirus vaccine. . .
Newsom’s firstborn child with second wife Jennifer Siebel turned 12 on Sept. 18.
On Oct. 1, Newsom announced a vaccine mandate for children age 12 and over to attend in-person classes at public or private schools in California. The required vaccination won’t go into effect until the FDA fully approves the COVID-19 vaccine, and removes the EUA. The mandate, which is the first of its kind in the United States, likely would go into effect next year — as early as January. . .
Despite enacting an order requiring all children 12-years-old and up to get the COVID-19 vaccine, Newsom admitted that his 12-year-old daughter has yet to get the shot.
The Democratic governor told the Los Angeles Times last week that his 12-year-old daughter has not yet received the COVID-19 because she has “a series of other shots” to get first. (Read more from “Despite Enacting Child Vaccine Mandate, Newsom Admits His Daughter Isn’t Vaxxed” HERE)