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As a Reward For Destroying Thousands of CA Businesses, Gavin Newsom Will Get a Pay Raise

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While millions of Californians suffered through the forced closing of their businesses and the inability to pay their bills or put food on their tables, California’s political class has approved a raise for themselves.

In California, we like the names of our policies and institutions to reflect exactly the opposite of what they actually stand for. For instance, the Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act actually has no mention of schools or safety. It is a bill that reduces prison sentences for violent offenders and provides for early prisoner release and more lax parole standards. Here in opposite-land, releasing thousands of hardened criminals into the population before they’ve served their time is called Safety.

One would imagine that the California Citizens Compensation Commission probably has something to do with taxes, or reimbursing residents for something or other or offering Californians a way to appeal for compensation from the state when they feel they have been wronged by the state.

Wrong, idiots!

The CCCP CCCC is a commission that meets annually to set the salaries and benefits of legislative representatives. It is appointed by the Governor and appointees serve for six years.

Knowing that, it may not be that surprising that they recently met and voted to approve a 4.2% salary raise for the legislature and Governor Newsom. You may have heard of Governor Newsom. He’s the man who is responsible for permanent closure of thousands of restaurants and businesses, thus ending tens of thousands of jobs, while keeping his own Napa winery open. You may also recall that while he kept your kids at home and threatened your Christmas gatherings with visits from inspectors and police, he dined out The French Laundry, maskless, with a group of over 20 people. In case you aren’t in the class of Americans who would know what a place like The French Laundry is, it is the type of restaurant that doesn’t list its prices.

From MSN:

[Chairman Tom] Dalzell noted that other state employees were already getting slightly higher raises.

“With every other state employee getting money I don’t know what the rationale is for

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