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Deep Blue Connecticut Follows Texas & Mississippi’s Lead, Will Free Citizens from COVID Lockdowns

Deep blue Connecticut will be following Texas’ and Mississippi’s lead and will free its citizens from unlawful COVID lockdowns starting on March 19th.

“Effective March 19 … Connecticut is lifting ALL capacity limits on restaurants, retail, libraries, personal services, indoor recreation, gyms, museums, offices & houses of worship,” reported New York affiliate NBC 4.

NBC 4 reported Connecticut’s most recent COVID numbers:

Respondents on Twitter mocked the left’s predictable reaction.

Mike Cernovich put the icing on the cake.

The State of Texas got the ball rolling on Tuesday.

“So today, I am issuing a new executive order that rescinds most of the earlier executive orders,” Governor Greg Abbott announced. “Effective next Wednesday, all businesses of any type are allowed to open 100 percent.”

“That includes any type of entity in Texas,” the governor continued. “Also, I am ending the statewide mask mandate.”

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves followed Texas by announcing that the state is also reintroducing freedom in its state.

“Starting tomorrow, we are lifting all of our county mask mandates and businesses will be able to operate at full capacity without any state-imposed rules. Our hospitalizations and case numbers have plummeted, and the vaccine is being rapidly distributed. It is time!” he tweeted.

Connecticut is joining these deep red states in declaring that they intend to return their states to normal. When you see media reports blasting Texas and Mississippi for their “reckless” orders, be sure to note “Connecticut, too.”


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