I don't want to be "that person" but it sure does seem like something fishy is going on here with the lockdown, doesn't it? At least it's revealed several little tyrants in state and local governments who think they have the right to tell us what to do, to go against our God-given rights.
And that's what we've witnessed among our fellow citizens in Michigan, and they are FED UP! They stormed the capital demanding among other things that people need to go back to work!
According to The Daily Mail:
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said those protesting, some flying Confederate flags, had likely lengthened lockdowns. She said: 'The sad irony here is that they...may have just created the need to lengthen it.'
The governor told reporters: 'I saw someone handing out candy to little kids barehanded. People are flying the Confederate flag, and untold numbers who gassed up on the way here or grabbed a bite on the way home.
'We know that this rally endangered people. This kind of activity will put more people at risk and, sadly, it could prolong the amount of time we have to be in this posture.'
A startling image from Ohio shows a baying crowd at the window of the Statehouse Atrium on Monday. Two protesters wearing Trump hats, other wave American flags and one is in the V for Vendetta mask.
And in Virginia ReOpen Virginia, End The Lockdown VA and Virginians Against Excessive Quarantine organized a protest Thursday against Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam's lockdown.
New York residents also took the streets Thursday despite the Empire State being the epicenter of the virus with more than 12,000 deaths. A group of protesters gathered in Albany calling for 'communist' Governor Andrew Cuomo to lift the lockdown. The Democrat later extended it to May 15.
In Utah, where Gov. Gary Herbert has closed down public schools for the rest of the year and ordered businesses to shutter amid the coronavirus pandemic, protest signs read 'Resist like it's 1776' and 'America will never be a socialist country.'
Republican Larry Meyers, who organized the grassroots event and ran for Senate, said it was to 'assert our God-given, Constitutionally-protected rights, including freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, religious freedom, the right to contract, and the right to use our property as we see fit so long as we do not harm others'.
And in Kentucky protesters stood outside the window Democratic Governor Andy Beshear as he spoke the state's residents about the ongoing lockdowns.
Hearing their shouts of 'facts over fear' Beshear said: 'Folks, that would kill people. That would absolutely kill people.'
I truly hope Donald Trump's plan to open us back up by May 1st works and that none of the liberal cucks stand in his way.