California Governor Gavin Newsom announced a “stay at home” order over the weekend to try to slow the spread of coronavirus but citizens all over the state promptly announced their own “sanctuary gatherings” of ten or more people in defiance of his order.
“We are a sanctuary household,” Maria Vasquez of San Diego said. “We want everyone to be welcome here and the Governor’s so-called ‘stay at home’ order isn’t going to stop us from gathering.”
Newsom was recently befuddled that no one was listening to his “stay at home” order after he spent his entire career supporting illegal immigration.
“We let homeless people take a dump on the street in front of nice restaurants. We let people spread AIDS with impunity. We encourage immigrants to come here illegally. You’d think people would listen to my orders!” Newsom said in a press conference.
“Well, if he can let people in our community against the law, I can let people in my house against the law. We’re all friends here,” Vasquez said.