Senator Rand Paul Calls Out Governors For Abusing Their Power During The Pandemic

Many governors in the United States have taken full advantage of the pandemic to enact strict policies that Americans have been forced to endure.

In various states, these policies are killing jobs and businesses.

People have had enough and are even practicing civil disobedience in some places.

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky recently called out the governors who are responsible.

Newsmax reports:

Sen. Rand Paul Says Governors Becoming ‘Czars’ During Pandemic

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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., lambasted governors for locking down their states during the coronavirus pandemic.

“You know, nobody ever intended that governors would be sort of czars or dictators in charge of the economy,” Paul told The Epoch Times on Friday.

“In my state, you can’t have indoor dining, you can’t have outdoor dining, and your kids are not in school. We’re worse than New York City right now. In Kentucky, our governor has shut the schools down even though all of the science shows that — and all of the evidence — that you really aren’t having a surge when you have the schools open.”

Governors around the country have imposed restrictions to varying degrees during the pandemic. In Paul’s home state, Democrat Gov. Andy Beshear has implemented a mask mandate, limited private gathering sizes, and set minimal capacity for indoor small businesses such as gyms. All schooling is done remotely. Restaurantscan offer only takeout.

Good for Senator Paul for speaking out.

More Republicans should be following Rand Paul’s lead on this.

 

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