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San Diego Judge Nukes Governor's Lockdown For Strip Clubs

Insufficient evidence to tie adult entertainment to COVID-19 or lack of ICU bed capacity wrote on December 17, 2020:

A California judge just made it rain for two San Diego strip clubs on Wednesday, ruling that both the state and the county are prohibited from enforcing Governor Gavin Newsom's regional stay-at-home order.

In a nine-page ruling, Judge Joel R. Wohlfeil ruled that California and San Diego County haven't provided sufficient evidence tying the spread of COVID-19 or lack of ICU bed capacity to adult entertainment. It also applies to "San Diego County businesses with restaurant service."

In response to the ruling in favor of Cheetah's Gentlemen's Club and Pacers Showgirls International, County Supervisor Jim Desmond tweeted that the county would not enforce restaurant closures, according to CBS8


BREAKING: A judge just ruled that he could not find a connection between resturant services and the spread of COVID. He has directed the county to allow businesses with resturant services to operate their business safely and responsibly.

— Supervisor Jim Desmond (@jim_desmond) December 17, 2020


San Diego County, meanwhile, reinforced Desmond's statement - tweeting that the County has "suspended enforcement activities against restaurants and live entertainment establishments," but asks people in an ambiguously-worded statement to avoid gatherings, socially distance, wear face coverings and wash hands.


County response to judge's ruling:

— SanDiegoCounty (@SanDiegoCounty) December 17, 2020

And as always, no sex in the champagne room.


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