Dr. Birx Says Anti-Lockdown Freedom Protesters in Michigan are “Devastatingly Worrisome” (VIDEO)

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Thousands of freedom protesters converged on the Michigan capitol in Lansing in late April to protest Governor Gretchen Whitmer and her tyrannical orders during the state economic lockdown.

Whitmer’s orders were some of the strictest and ridiculous in the nation. The governor banned shopping at JC Penney’s but not Walmart. Motor boats were not allowed but canoes were. Seeds were not allowed for sale during the April planting season. The governor was drunk on her new-found power.

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On Sunday Chris Wallace asked Dr. Deborah Birx about the anti-lockdown protesters.

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Dr. Birx replied, “It’s devastatingly worrisome to me personally. Because if they go home and infect their grandmothers or grandfathers who have a co-morbid condition or they have a serious or unfortunate outcome they will feel guilty for the rest of their lives.”

It would be nice if we could trust the good doctor but her track record is abysmal at best.

In fact there are studies that conclude that economic lockdowns like the one proposed by Dr. Fauci and Dr. Birx have no effect on the coronavirus timeline.
But they did put 30 million Americans out of work!

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Even the WHO reported there is no evidence that social distancing measures are effective as a virus-containment measure.



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