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The balance of public health and preserving our constitutional rights is front and center as America slowly wakes up from a longer than expected lockdown slumber. Many states and communities are experiencing protests as citizens demand restrictions be eased at once. One of the more significant trends we are seeing is the different approaches to opening the states back up⏤in red states as compared to blue states.
Mayor of New York City, Bill de Blasio said a gathering for a rabbi’s funeral in Williamsburg, New York, was “absolutely unacceptable” and noted it won’t be tolerated. de Blasio tweeted: “My message to the Jewish community, and all communities, is this simple: the time for warnings has passed,” and in another tweet. “I have instructed the NYPD to proceed immediately to summons or even arrest those who gather in large groups. This is about stopping this disease and saving lives. Period.”
The mayor received serious blowback from Jewish leaders in the community, which forced de Blasio to apologize, “I regret if the way I say it in any way gave people a feeling of being treated the wrong way — it was not my intention, It was said with love, but it was tough love.”
California Governor Gavin Newsom is under fire and receiving criticism across the state for his orders in extending the lockdown. The governor sent a memo to California police chiefs ordering all beaches and state parks closed to curb the spread of the coronavirus, this is after tens of thousands swarmed the beaches⏤Newsom said the crowds were an example of “what not to do” if the state wants to continue its progress fighting the virus.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer has received nationwide notoriety that she would soon like to forget as citizens swarmed the State Capitol, with guns, and demanded the governor to open business back up in Michigan.
Elon Musk calls stay-at-home orders fascist, he tweeted: “FREE AMERICA NOW” and said people are under “de facto house arrest.” During the Tesla’s earnings call, Musk said: “The expansion of shelter-in-place, or as we call it, forcibly imprisoning people in their homes, against all their constitutional rights, is, in my opinion, breaking people’s freedoms in ways that are horrible and wrong, and not why people came to America and built this country”.
Joining Malcolm for The Voice of a Nation is Michael Johns – National co-founder and leader of the Tea Party Movement. A former White House speechwriter and a Policy Analyst with The Heritage Foundation. Image: Bloomberg
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