California Gov. Newsom — similiar to Gov. Wolf — continues to control which citizens in CA can work and who cannot work, who can earn a paycheck and who remains unemployed, which businesses live and which die.
“All individuals living in the State of California are currently ordered to stay home or at their place of residence, except for permitted work, local shopping or other permitted errands, or as otherwise authorized ….”
What can CA citizens do? Remove Gov. Newsom from office. Download a petition, sign it the same as you do when voting, get a few friends to also sign it and mail it in. Simple. Do your part to bring back freedom to CA.
Want to help and live in Santa Cruz County?
Contact Kristin Hurley 831 254-5606 There’s a freeway overpass rally coming up this Friday, Sept. 18. More people are needed at each table event — at the table, working the parking lot, holding up signs.
Due to fires, one third of all Santa Cruz County’s residents left their homes and were rescued by friends, families and shelters. Over 30,000 people evacuated. Thank you ‘first responders’, shelters, friends, families and strangers who took in strangers.
Now those people are returning to Boulder Creek, Felton, Scotts Valley and elsewhere in the county of Santa Cruz.
All the rescued …. all those who rescue and continue to rescue people from the CA fires.
Yes, you are worth dying for …
Listen and watch “Someone Worth Dying For” debuted on the final CD, A Beautiful Life by Michael Grayson and his former band Mikeschair.
“When a family member dies, we the Diné, whom Spanish conquistadors named the Navajo, send a notice to our local radio station so that everyone in the community can know. Usually the reading of the death notices—the names of those who have passed on, their ages, where they lived and the names of their matrilineal and patrilineal clans—takes no more than five minutes. It used to be very rare to hear about young people dying. But this past week, I listened to 45 minutes of death notices on KGAK Radio AM 1330. The ages ranged from 26 to 89, with most of the dead having been in their 30s, 40s or 50s.e names.
In Santa Cruz County local health official Gail Newel said she was not sure whether or not the spike in new Covid-19 cases was connected to the recent political rallies. She is re-opening the local beaches because “people are not willing to be governed anymore in that regard”. Children over age two are now required to wear face masks says Newel.
Anyone looking at Seacliff State Beach lately will notice the lack of social distancing by groups of people hanging out in front of the beach restrooms as well as large groups of people using the beach.
What can you do to stop spread of COVID-19 in CA? Use the particular skill set you have. We all have one. Use yours.
Dr. Erickson of Kern County did his own thinking and he concludes that lots of people get the virus but few die from it. About 0.02% die from it which is about double the number of persons who die from flu every year. Those who die from COVID-19 are the elderly with pre-existing conditions.
Imagine that you are a newly minted attorney in CA. How can you help stop deaths by COVID-19 in CA? Attorneys are trained to think logically and to think for themselves.
First of all don’t believe the experts, don’t believe Gov. Newsom and don’t believe whatever your local health officer in your county says. The BIG PICTURE is that old people die in nursing homes.
Example why to question the “experts”: Santa Cruz County’s health officer Gail Newel recently double booked and walked out of a ZOOM meeting scheduled by the City of Santa Cruz. One wonders what meeting she went off to attend that was more important than addressing questions from the public. This not very tech savey Santa Cruz County public health officer Dr. Newel does not use an electronic calendar. With an electronic calendar Dr. Newel would know ahead of time that she had double booked.
Gov. Newsom is another example why you should not trust “the experts” or politicians. Gov. Newsom recently shut down a facility for veterans which costs $25K a year while giving $100 million to illegal families who have COVID-19 related expenses. So who does Gov. Newsom want to protect more — veterans who are old or young illegal families?
Headline in Santa Cruz Sentinel today 5/28/2020: County may apply for reopening variance. Local news is that 5 large restaurants in neighboring county Monterey are opening up entirely. So if Monterey can do it why is Santa Cruz so slow? Don’t trust your local Santa Cruz county health department to know squat. They follow ‘orders’ from above which goes to the Democrat Party and Gov. Newsom.
Remember — think for yourself and think outside the box.
Some basics you can do to reduce deaths by COVID-19 in CA:
Get business cards & a simple web site page functioning Call a web page: CA Health Justice for Elderly Patients & Staff
Focus on the BIG problem in CA: deaths of vulnerable persons in long term care facilities. Statistics show that 50+% of CA COVID-19 deaths occur in long term care facilities. Old people with multiple health conditions get the virus and die in these facilities. Staff may bring infections or may get infected. As CA citizens take it into their own hands to ‘put out the fire’ where the fire is bigest — that will do a lot to manage the virus overall. Overall, lots of people are or well get infected BUT few die. Those who die are the elderly with pre-existing conditions.
Remember the overall make up of workers employed in long term care facilities. What kind of training have they had about bacteria and spread of virus? When staff leave where do they go and who do they contact?
Can you help? Project Pajamas, started 10+ years by Judge Ari Symons, needs your help. Over the years, over 10,000 PJs have been distributed throughout Santa Cruz County.
Through Project Pajamas, all kids needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County receive a NEW pair of PJs the first night they are in emergency sheltering. All sizes for girls and boys — infant to teenage — are needed.
How you can help:
Drop off new PJs from Oct 1-18, 2019 at:
Santa Cruz County Bank locations (e.g., across from Safeway in Aptos, CA ) or
at Twin Lakes Church (barrels are located at entrance to the church sanctuary). Robin is the admin contact person at TLC.
Come SAT., OCT 19, 2019 9 am-11 am to the Lobby of Twin Lakes Church in Aptos, CA. Help other volunteers sort, fold and ready for distribution of PJ’s which have been collected Fall 2019. You can sign up to help Project Pajamas at www.tlc.org/aok
Rotary Club Sunrise and Twin Lakes Church (Robin is the admin contact person) have been gathering PJs and publicizing. Many hands make light work.
Enjoy meeting other volunteers Sat. Oct. 19 and help bring comfort to kids needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County.
Started by Judge Ari Symons, over 10,000 PJ’s have been distributed since the program started. Wow!
Please help Project Pajamas to continue its mission: distributing brand new PJs to every child needing sheltering in Santa Cruz County. These kids, infant to age 18, need our love and support.