Varney: Americans are revolting over coronavirus lockdowns
FOX Business’ Stuart Varney argues Americans will continue to defy coronavirus lockdown orders.
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FOX Business’ Stuart Varney, in his latest “My Take,” argues there is a “revolt” going on in the U.S. against coronavirus lockdown orders.
“Across the land, there is indeed a revolt against the two-month lockdown,” he said. “It is gaining strength every day.”
Varney noted that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is making headlines for his part in the “revolt.” Musk said Monday he would restart production in his California car factory, despite the state’s lockdown rules.
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“He hasn't been arrested and the sheriff has not blocked the entrance to the plant,” Varney said. “In this case, the lockdown guys lost!”
Varney said he's watching six counties in Pennsylvania where businesses are planning to ignore continuing lockdown orders and reopen with safety precautions.
“In one of those counties, the district attorney says he won't prosecute!” Varney said. “Gov. Wolf calls those businesses ‘selfish.’ Wasn't that what the judge called [salon owner] Shelley Luther before sentencing her to jail? And since when has it been ‘selfish’ to save your business from bankruptcy, while taking all possible safety measures and giving customers the choice of whether to use your business or not?”
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