California Governor Gavin Newson is in hot water for his connection to businesses tied to the coronavirus relief fund called the Paycheck Protection Program.

Small business owners reacted to the local news investigation revealing nine companies that are part of a group founded by Governor Gavin Newsom received millions in funding through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).

Steve Mayer, an accountant and financial consultant of SD Mayer & Associates, who has helped small business owners with the local applications had this to say about the loan program: “The little guy, mom and pop people were completely passed over.”

While they were “passed over” it looks like Newsom was cashing in on the coronavirus relief.


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Newsom was also seen recently at a high-end restaurant not wearing a mask. This is while he pushes for draconian rules for the citizens of California.


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