Gavin Newsom Cancels Public Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Rather Than Face Protesters

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The Democratic Party has created small armies of woke narcissists. In that sense, the party’s leaders have molded their followers in their own image. Now, however, some of those leaders stand poised to pay the price.

On Tuesday, KCRA-TV reported that Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom of California had opted against holding an in-person Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Sacramento as originally scheduled for that evening.

In short, Newsom bowed to pro-Palestinian protesters, a group that in recent weeks has repeatedly demonstrated its collective narcissism.

“As we continue to see protests across the country impacting the safety of events of all scales — and for the safety and security of all participating members and guests including children and families — the ceremony this year will be virtual,” a spokesperson for the governor said Tuesday. “Viewers can tune in Wednesday evening to watch this year’s festivities.”

In one sense, the relocation of this particular ceremony to an online-only setting is no great loss. After all, Newsom had already bowed to the woke mob.

According to KCRA, the evening will feature “a blessing from the chairman of the Wilton Rancheria tribe, a performance from the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir,” and a tree lighting by the governor and “first partner Jennifer Siebel Newsom” along with “special guest Harley Goodpasture, a 5-year-old who will become the first Native American child to assist with the ceremony.”

Interfaith choirs, “first partners” and participants chosen because of their race — everything a Christmas tree lighting needs for those who wish to display their perceived moral superiority.

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