Nathan Fletcher doesn’t care about public health, video and tweets prove it.
- Nathan’s first day being sworn in as a Board Supervisor, he and his family knowingly put the public at risk by attending his swearing-in-ceremony with “norovirus”
- Video shows over 150 people in attendance, including his family, when Nathan Fletcher tells the ceremony attendees that his family had norovirus and to those sitting next to them, “Good luck!”
- Nathan’s wife tweeted a photo of their family doing a photoshoot in a public park and said they were puking in the bushes with a fever from norovirus on the day before the swearing in ceremony
- Nathan’s wife was caught tweeting two contradicting stories for why they justified being out in public with norovirus
- Nathan’s wife is shown in photographs at time of puking wearing the same dress as she wore the next day at the ceremony
CALIFORNIA – San Diego County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher is currently pushing for employers to require proof of COVID vaccination from their employees or make them subject to regular testing and wear masks despite having any symptoms.
Hundreds of fed-up citizens showed up to the Board of Supervisors Meeting on Aug. 17 in opposition to Nathan Fletcher and his segregationist agenda. There are quite a few videos from citizens who spoke at the meeting during public comments. See here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.
When I saw this photo above with of all the people who came out to stop Nathan Fletcher from pushing harmful coercive measures on the public, I wondered if they all knew that on his first day of being sworn in that he and his family knowingly put a crowd of this size at risk by attending a full capacity event with over 150 in attendance while recovering from norovirus and without quarantining.
That’s right, according to Nathan and Lorena, the family had norovirus and still attended the swearing-in ceremony with him anyway. There were over 150 people in attendance.
Video of Nathan Fletcher at Public Event Admitting He and His Family Had Norovirus
Swearing-in ceremony at San Diego County Administration Center on January 7, 2019.
The day before the ceremony, Nathan’s wife posted photos of their family out in a public park and said there was puking in the bushes, fever, etc., and according to her only one of them held out from getting the norovirus.
Note the dates:
— Lorena Gonzalez (@LorenaSGonzalez) January 7, 2019
You know what’s fun? When the majority of the family comes down with the norovirus the day you plan full family photos, and a day before @nathanfletcher swearing-in.
— Lorena Gonzalez (@LorenaSGonzalez) January 6, 2019
When comparing the photos you may notice that Nathan’s wife appears to be wearing the same dress at the ceremony as she wore the day before at the family photoshoot.
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About 7 months after the ceremony someone found some of Nathan’s wife’s tweets and finally called her out on being in a public park with norovirus, calling her a public health threat. Nathan’s wife then doubled down with, “Yeah… a family of folks who have been quarantined together for a week go take a picture, with absolutely no one else around. That sounds like a public health threat.”.
Yeah… a family of folks who have been quarantined together for a week go take a picture, with absolutely no one else around. That sounds like a public health threat.
— Lorena Gonzalez (@LorenaSGonzalez) July 19, 2019
Archived here: https://archive.fo/SyHMg
“Quarantined together for a week”? Well, too late, we already know that’s a big fat lie.
Nathan’s Wife Caught in a Big Fat Lie
Compare the two tweets shown in the screenshots below. I’ve confronted Nathan’s wife several times on social media and have yet to get a response from her on this but she’s managed to block me twice and then unblock me.
Well which one was it, Lorena?
Quarantined for a week or came down with the norovirus on the day of the family photos? pic.twitter.com/hNgoQUhgRy
— Recall Gavin Newsom and Audit California (@2ndfor1st) July 24, 2019
ACCORDING TO CDC
If you get norovirus illness, you can shed billions of norovirus particles that you can’t see without a microscope. Only a few norovirus particles can make other people sick.
You are most contagious
• when you have symptoms of norovirus illness, especially vomiting, and
• during the first few days after you recover from norovirus illness.
However, studies have shown that you can still spread norovirus for two weeks or more after you feel better.
Nathan’s Lying Wife
- Nathan’s wife is Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez representing the 80th Assembly District
- Lorena is the co-author of SB 277 that removed religious exemptions to vaccines for all kids in K-12 schools and day care
- Lorena is also the co-author of SB 276 that interferes with a doctors ability to protect their vulnerable patients with written medical exemptions to vaccination for all kids in K-12 schools and day care
- Lorena is essentially responsible for banning all exemptions to vaccines in California for all kids in K-12 schools and day care for religious/philosophical or medical reasons
- Lorena is running for Secretary of State in 2022