One of the most talented guitarists of all time and famous rock music veteran, Ted Nugent, posted a really long letter on his verified Facebook account and informed United States citizens about the post-corona days.
As you will read the statements of Ted Nugent below, he indicated that until the government officials reopen the economy, American citizens will have to practice some form of self-quarantine and social distancing.
Here is the letter of Ted Nugent to his followers:
“An unmovable We the People shitkicker alert to any power abusing government punks that may want to play jackbooted thugs and violate their oath to the US Constitution,: BEWARE We The People Patriots who will NOT take your bullshit thuggery.
It’s Still America, Coronavirus or Not
Draconian orders and enforcement will undermine freedom & public support for social distancing etc
Americans by and large have willingly obeyed the government’s shelter-in-place and social-distancing orders, but that doesn’t seem to be enough for some public officials. They’re indulging their inner bully in ways that over time will erode public support for behavior that can reduce the spread of the coronavirus.”
He continued by indicating that US citizens’ main issue is excessive enforcement. Here is what he wrote:
“Some state and local officials tasked with implementing shelter-at-home orders appear either to misunderstand the edicts they are meant to carry out or to suffer from a lack of discernment. Police officers in Brighton, Colo., handcuffed a man for playing with his wife and six-year-old daughter on a nearly empty softball field—though the order police claimed he had violated barred only groups of five or more.
In public parks in Washington, D.C., and elsewhere, police officers are prohibiting locals from sitting on park benches, even if they are alone. In Philadelphia, police officers dragged a man from a public bus for not wearing a mask. He had evidently refused to exit the bus when asked, but the officers’ conduct—given the offense—appears excessive.
In their defense these officers are carrying out the orders of elected officials, and in many cases those orders are unclear or worse. In Louisville, Ky., Mayor Greg Fischer prohibited Christian believers from gathering on Easter Sunday—including in “drive-thru” services in which worshippers remained in their vehicles. The mayor’s position was neither constitutionally nor epidemiologically sound.”
You can read the whole letter of Ted Nugent right below.