Joy Behar Says, “Protest Governors, Give Up Right For Treatment.”
Joy Behar, the far-leftist loon from the TV show The View, is at it again, if she is not attacking Trump supporters, people who dare to have faith, or her constant attacks against Trump himself, something that is bordering on a mental disorder, she is now attacking people for daring to stand up for their civil rights, who dared question liberal governors who have put in place laws that have stripped civil rights from their citizens.
“Well, I’d like to ask them if they’re willing to sign away their right to treatment if and when they get infected,” Behar said, as “The View” panelists discussed the protests via video while quarantined in their homes.
“Are you gonna say, ‘OK, I don’t need a ventilator because I thought I should go out and defy the governor’s order?” Behar asked.
This came due to Michigan’s governor, who has restricted even what you can buy in stores, other governors have said you can’t even go to your other home, if you own a vacation home, some are saying you can’t even visit with your neighbors while keeping a social distance between you.
Other governors have arrested people for daring to go to an outside service where they keep their windows closed, listen to the sermon over a short-range radio (this had nothing to do with safety, this was about a tyrannical governor pushing his authority on everyone).
She was upset that people dared to protest such draconian measures, police telling citizens our civil rights are suspended, something no governor has a legal right to do.
Whitmer is now facing at least two federal lawsuits because of her policies, which she defended in a Twitter message on April 11.
“We are living in a difficult time, & the unknown is scary,” she wrote. “But I do know that we must remain steady. We can’t allow fear or panic to guide us. The lives of Michiganders are at stake. We must stay the course to save lives. Stay steady. We’re going to get through this together.”
Well, Mrs. Governor, I hate to break it to you, while fear should not guide us, neither should tyrannical governors who mistakenly think they have a right to strip citizens of their civil rights.