Gavin Newsom’s Wife Gets Testy Defending His Absence From Public Eye

California Gov. Gavin Newsom hasn’t appeared in public in about two weeks, and his spouse desires folks to cease speculating why.

“It’s funny how certain folks can’t handle truth,” Jennifer Siebel Newsom wrote in a testy weekend tweet that has since been deleted. “When someone cancels something, maybe they’re just in the office working; maybe in their free time they’re at home with their family, at their kids’ sports matches, or dining out with their wife. Please stop hating and get a life.”

Newsom has appeared at neither a press convention nor a public occasion since canceling a visit to the COP26 local weather change convention in Scotland on Oct. 29. His workplace cited “family obligations.”

Press secretary Daniel Lopez told SFGate on Monday that the governor will make private appearances this week.


“Last week Governor Newsom worked in the Capitol with staff on urgent issues including COVID-19 vaccines for kids, boosters, ports, the forthcoming state budget and California’s continued economic recovery,” Lopez stated in a press release. “He will have public events this week related to the economy and vaccines.”

Later Monday, Newsom’s workplace introduced that he’ll seem on the California Economic Summit in Monterey on Tuesday, KGO reported.

The hypothesis about Newsom’s absence, which incorporates right-wing scuttlebutt that he’s secretly ailing due to the COVID-19 booster he obtained in his last public appearance on Oct. 27, has been “fueled largely by a lack of transparency on the part of Newsom’s office,” SFGate wrote.

Newsom’s spokesperson shot down the vaccine hypothesis.


“The cancelation was not a result of his booster shot,” Lopez wrote in an electronic mail.

Newsom hasn’t been a complete ghost. He reportedly attended a wedding in San Francisco Saturday that was officiated by Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.)

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