Gavin Newsom Bells Palsy – Gov. Gavin Newsom has made himself such an apparent presence running the Golden State that his unexpected choice last month to retreat from an outing to Scotland for a United Nations meeting on one of his pet issues, environmental change, and absence of public appearances since have set off the theory that something’s awry.
Not thus, his office demands, saying he’ll be back at the center of attention this week to discuss the economy.
The Sacramento Bee announced that the Newsoms had wanted to be in Scotland Nov. 1 through Nov. 3 and that his office reported three days before they were to leave that they weren’t going. The Bee said Newsom would partake from a distance and Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis would go in his place.
In any case, that main powered more theory Monday that maybe Newsom was recuperating from an unfavorable response to the supporter shot he got at his last open occasion.
Silicon Valley business person and antibody cynic Steve Kirsch conjectured the lead representative probably catch Bell’s Palsy, an abrupt shortcoming in muscles of a large portion of the face, after his sponsor shot.
By Monday evening political journalists were asking the lead representative to address the bits of hearsay. Lopez squeeze hit for him.