Clay Talks California’s Ludicrous TV Rule, Deshaun Watson And More

It’s OK to dine outside at a California bar or restaurant. Just don’t plan on watching a game while you do it. Make sense? Of course it doesn’t. But hey, what do you expect. It’s California.

“I don’t know where they’re coming up with these rules,” Clay Travis said on OutKick The Show. “They’re nonsensical, they make virtually zero sense. In fact, they do make zero sense.”

Clay addressed that lunacy, as well as a number of other topics — including the Gamestop battle, the Deshaun Watson trade rumors and the late, great former Temple coach John Chaney. In the event you missed this particular OutKick The Show, you can catch it entirely in the video below.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and NBA.com, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side, FortyEightMinutes.com.

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  1. I’m hoping for a ballot initiative here that would require the state to put up signs all along our state border warning outsiders, “Welcome to the People’s Republic of California. Please check your constitutional rights at the door.”

  2. I like to draw comparisons of the so called leadership displayed by the CA and NY governors. With Gov. Cuomo in NY, managing through the pandemic has been a case of incompetence. It’s so bad that certain news outlets are actually pointing this out. Back at Thanksgiving, Cuomo was caught telling people to stay home yet he was planning to spend the holiday with his elderly mother. Relative to the alleged undercounting of nursing home deaths, Cuomo has tried to blame President Trump for this all the while breadcrumbs lead right back to his own office. He’s either totally incompetent or he simply thinks that anyone paying attention to his actions are stupid beyond belief.

    Relative to Gov. Newsom, it’s less a case of incompetence and more a case of indifference. He is a wealthy heir to the Getty family fortune (and have nothing against people who inherit money). His financial security is very well cemented. Newsom and his family have it where they don’t have to bear the brunt of his own policies. He attended a dinner at an indoor restaurant in November all while other establishments statewide for months have been either shuttered or severely limited in how they can operate. His family owned winery was able to stay open during most of this time as well. His children attend private school in person all while millions of public school pupils sit at home on zoom. he television ban is the latest example of Newsom’s “throw it against the wall to see if it sticks” management style. I feel badly for the voters in both states who did not vote for this. For those who did, I suppose you should embrace and own it.

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