Montana County Badly Miscalculates with Virus Armbands

Yikes! If you’ve ever thought that “It couldn’t happen here,” get a load out of what Valley County in Montana is doing. They’re prohibiting people from going outside even to shop for basics unless they get a government permission slip – a pink armband – that they have to wear to get into stores.

Totally true – and it’s happening in a red state. Well, it’s a blue county in a red state, but still – why hasn’t Montana’s governor cracked down on this?

The pink armband signifies that you don’t have coronavirus, because you have gone through a two-week quarantine. If anyone travels into the county, they can’t get one of the armbands unless they quarantine themselves for two weeks. No going outside and shopping for milk and eggs if you don’t have your government permission slip!

This is so unconstitutional that it’s mindboggling. The people who support this, of course, are the same hypocritical leftists who claim that ID for voting is racist. But a COVID-19 permission slip to travel between Point A and Point B, or to participate in the economy, is perfectly okay with them.

What do you want to bet that the same folks who came up with this idea have called President Trump and his supporters Nazis on more than one occasion? Yet they’re the ones now rushing to slap an armband on everyone.

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