Ridiculous Measures


Many folks are feeling lockdown fatigue. Staying inside all the time, not socializing, with almost no end in sight. It’s a recipe for disaster. The physical and mental health of Americans is going to decline, not due to Coronavirus, but due to the lockdown itself. Not to mention the toll this lockdown is still taking on the economy. Thousands and thousands of businesses will never reopen due to the forced quarantine put in place by overzealous politicians.

Tucker Carlson shares his opinion:

As this coronavirus pandemic recedes, it’s becoming clear that cities and states that have cautiously reopened did the right thing. They are reaping the benefits of that. Nowhere has the virus surged back. Hospitals haven’t been overwhelmed, death rates have not spiked.

The time for mass quarantines is passed. And yet in some places — and this is the measure of bad leadership –lockdowns are becoming more restrictive, not less, and much, much weirder.

In Illinois for example, J.B. Pritzker, an aging ne’er-do-well who bought the governor’s title a year and a half ago for $172 million in inherited money, has issued yet another emergency order. This time, Pritzker vows to imprison business owners if they try to reopen.

Meanwhile, in New York City, pothead Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that anyone who dares to swim will be yanked out of the water, of course, because the virus spreads so easily in the ocean. Pothead Bill.

In Los Angeles, as we told you on Friday night, the mayor there has told the beachgoers they can walk on the wet sand,– totally fine — but not the dry. Dry sand is dangerous.

These ridiculous measures by liberal politicians prove that this lockdown isn’t just about Corona. Dry sand versus wet sand? You have got to be absolutely bonkers to think that makes any sort of difference. It’s clear these politicians only want to flex their muscles in the face of citizens. There is no reason for it other than to enjoy their power. Enough. It’s time to reopen, and make sure that these powers are much more limited in the future.