Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Former chairman of the California Republican Party Tom Del Beccaro pushed back on the state’s stay-at-home order on Wednesday, saying he thinks “things are going to unravel” for Gov. Gavin Newsom. “California is a big place and treating northern California or the eastern counties the same as L.A. makes no sense,” Del Beccaro said on “Fox & Friends First” on Wednesday. “There’s a lot of rumblings, a lot of lawsuits, a lot of counties that are fighting back.” He then revealed what he called a “dirty little secret.” “The district attorneys and certain sheriffs aren’t enforcing Gavin Newsom’s rules, so I think things are going to unravel for him,” Beccaro said. Del Beccaro made the statements one day after Newsom unveiled a four-stage plan to reopen the state’s economy. This week Newsom said, “Politics will not drive our decision-making, protests won’t drive our decision-making.” CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE“We need to protect not just the business community, but customers of those businesses,” he added. Unlike Georgia and other states that are already allowing hair and nail salons to operate, those would have to wait until a later


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