Although it’s the end of 2020—and a vaccine has been rolling out for weeks—Democrats continue to push hard lockdowns.
They canceled Halloween, Thanksgiving, and even Christmas. Now, they don’t even want you to enjoy saying goodbye to this horrible year.
But it looks like not everyone from blue states is marching to their tune. Because one mayor appears to be fed up with their rules and is fighting back.
From The Blaze:
The mayor of Sandy, Oregon, is calling on small businesses in his state to open on New Year’s Day in defiance of Democratic Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus restrictions, while still observing rules for social distancing and COVID-19 spread reduction…
“If you discover a mouse in your house, you don’t burn it down to solve the problem. You find a way to safely remove the mouse without destroying everything else you value. Governor Brown, we are opening,” the letter stated.
The mayor of Sandy, Oregon sent an open letter to the governor, announcing they were reopening on New Year’s Day.
His city will continue to follow social distancing and other guidelines, but he is done with restrictive ruins that are crippling his economy.
Pulliam is even calling for a “mass movement” across the state of businesses reopening.
Show me in the Constitution where it says that governors and mayors have the authority to just shut down free businesses in our free country? Go look, I’ll wait.
Don’t think they’ll back down, just because the vaccine is available. They seem to think if it costs them millions or billions, they will just ask the federal government to borrow or print money to make them whole. All while small businesses go under.
These restrictions will only end when free Americans take their lives back. When residents of blue states say, “Enough is enough,” like Mayor Pulliam, then governors will have no choice but to end the lockdowns.
Do you support lockdowns – or letting Americans decide what to do with their lives?
- A mayor of Sandy, Oregon is defying the governor’s lockdowns.
- He said in an open letter that businesses will be reopening on New Year’s Day.
- Pulliam is urging a mass movement across the state.
Source: The Blaze