Here Come the Protests Against the Coronavirus Crackdown
by– via The Ron Paul Institute
After weeks of the coronavirus crackdown’s extreme interference with the ability of Americans to exercise their individual rights and support themselves financially, more people are starting to protest on the sidewalks and outside government buildings. Expect protests to pop up in more places across the country and the number of participants to increase as the crackdown continues.
Protests against the coronavirus crackdown occurred Thursday in Casper, Wyoming and Columbus, Ohio. Give the coronavirus crackdown a few more weeks and there may be few cities in America where such protests have not taken place.
People are concerned about danger from coronavirus. But, increasingly, people are realizing that the much greater danger is from local, state, and national government actions being taken in the name of fighting against the virus.
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The State of Kentucky Will Be Recording the License Plates of Anyone Going to Church on Easter Sunday
by– via The Ron Paul Institute
The power freak governor of Kentucky has really lost his mind.
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said he is ordering State Police to record the license plate numbers of any vehicle seen at any mass gatherings this weekend. Local health officials then will contact those associated with those vehicles and require them to self-quarantine for 14 days, reports CNN.
Since when does this clown determine it is too dangerous for Christians to celebrate the Resurrection together, then surveil those attending and then force them to quarantine for 14 days even if they have no symptoms?
It looks like more recruits for the Lockdown Resistance.
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