The following is a recording of the WTF California Podcast (www.theunoffendable.com) which discusses the recent headlines involving Contra Costa County District Attorney Diane Becton and offers a response to comments made by Antioch Mayor Lamar Thorpe. There are also several other topics as outlined below
(Editors Note – my response to Mayor Lamar Thorpe begins at the 14:15 minute mark)
- COVID: Santa Clara County Inspectors Make Surprise Visits To Outdoor Super Bowl Gatherings
SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Santa Clara County inspectors made unannounced visits to restaurants on Sunday trying to prevent any Super Bowl watch parties from turning into super spreader events. Restaurant managers said the inspectors in plain clothes showed their work badge and asked to do a walk-through of the outdoor setup.
- Contra Costa District Attorney Issues Statement Regarding Wedding Party at Her Home
On Sunday, Contra Costa County District Attorney Diane Becton issued a statement following national news coverage of her wedding over the summer which she held in the backyard of her El Sobrante home.
- Another California Democrat is accused of breaking coronavirus orders (Fox News)
Diana Becton, the district attorney of California’s Contra Costa County charged with enforcing state and local coronavirus regulations, allegedly violated those rules over the summer to host a wedding reception in her Bay Area backyard, according to local reports.
- Dwindling inmate firefighter population forces California to hire more expensive crews
(KTXL) – Governor Gavin Newsom is looking to hire firefighters to battle the inevitable threat of statewide firefights since the inmate firefighter population in California has dwindled in numbers. Local law enforcement told FOX40 Sunday that the ramp-up in firefighters will cost the state millions compared to the historically low-cost inmate firefighter program but it’s an issue they saw coming.
- SF School District, Unions Reach Deal on Criteria for Resuming In-Person Classes
The San Francisco Unified School District took a major step Saturday toward reopening schools by reaching a tentative agreement with a group of labor unions on health and safety standards for in-person learning for students in all grades from preschool through high school.
- Average US price of gas up 5 cents a gallon to $2.50
CAMARILLO, Calif. – The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline jumped 5 cents a gallon over the past two weeks to $2.50.
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