The most defenseless are at risk around Democrats. They make that clear every day.
And Gavin Newsom was exposed in a alarming video involving children.
During his recent trip to China, Governor Gavin Newsom (D-CA) stepped to the court for a game of pickup basketball with a group of kids and ended up tackling one of them to the ground.
On Sunday, a video appeared on X showing the Democrat governor playing basketball with children at an elementary school in Beijing.
At first, the governor attempted to demonstrate his abilities by spinning the basketball on his finger.
The first try failed, so he tried again with more luck.
He then took the ball and dribbled it down the court to the basket while being mobbed by youngsters.
On his route, Newsom made a couple of turns before blasting full speed into the crowd of children, eventually driving into one of them and knocking him to the ground.
“California Governor Gavin Newsom accidentally topples little kid during pickup game of basketball in Beijing,” one person shared on X.
California Governor Gavin Newsom accidentally topples little kid during pickup game of basketball in Beijing. pic.twitter.com/0m0Q3FFYfE
— Mike Sington (@MikeSington) October 29, 2023
The onlookers on the court can be heard screaming and saying “ohh” loudly before the Democrat grabs the youngster, rolls over on his back, and then pops up on the other side, popping the child on his back a few times.
He then helped the child up, hugged him, and said, “I got you,” before the two stood up.
We can’t say it wasn’t a little odd to see him almost spanking the child.
But apparently, it was all in good fun.
At the conclusion, both may be seen smiling. According to Newsom’s spokesman, the child was not harmed.
The governor was in the country for a week to discuss climate issues.
According to a post on X from the California Governor’s office, the visit was “focused on climate action, economic development, and tourism, as well as working to actively combat xenophobia.”
Why the governor of a state needs to meet with heads of state in China is anyone’s guess.
But it looks like he’s made it clear that he has a soft spot for the Communist regime.
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