When did the coronavirus crisis become a partisan, political issue? Somehow, all Democrats are now supporting statewide lockdowns, while Republicans want to re-open. But what about the American citizens who just want to avoid a complete loss of civil rights? Each time somebody is arrested, or fired, or threatened for not complying with lockdown or quarantine rules, our Bill of Rights takes one step closer to being another casualty of COVID-19.
"Did I miss something here ... how did this become a partisan issue?" asked Glenn Beck on the radio program Thursday. "And when did we go from 'flatten the curve' to 'we can't go outside until we have a cure.' That's insanity! [...] The idea was to make sure that our hospitals and our doctors and nurses weren't overwhelmed. It was not to make sure no one got sick."
Glenn gave a rundown of the latest stores of complete insanity that have become our "new normal" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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