Republican Governors Brutally Fire Back Just After Joe Biden Mocks Them For Lifting Mask Mandates

Joe Biden compared Republican governors who lifted mask mandates to “Neanderthals,” according to The Western Journal.

“On the first day I’m inaugurated, I’m going to ask the public for 100 days to mask. Just 100 days to mask — not forever, 100 days. And I think we’ll see a significant reduction [in cases],” Biden said.

41 days into the Biden administration, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifted that state’s mask and business occupancy requirements.

“The governor’s office is getting out of the business of telling people what they can and cannot do,” Reeves said.

“Look, I hope everybody’s realized by now, these masks make a difference,” Biden said. “The last thing, the last thing we need is Neanderthal thinking that in the meantime, everything is fine, take off your masks, forget it. It still matters.”

“President Biden said allowing Mississippians to decide how to protect themselves is ‘neanderthal thinking.’ Mississippians don’t need handlers. As numbers drop, they can assess their choices and listen to experts. I guess I just think we should trust Americans, not insult them,” Abbott shot back on Twitter.

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“The Biden administration was releasing illegal immigrants into our communities who had COVID, the Biden administration was spreading COVID in South Texas yesterday because of their lack of constraint of testing and quarantining people who’d come across the border illegally,” Abbott said.

“The Biden administration was exposing Texans to COVID. That is Neanderthal-type approach to dealing with the COVID situation.”

“If making data-driven decisions to reopen, loving freedom, and trying to get back to normal is what a Neanderthal would do, then well, I guess you can count me as one,” Gianforte posted.

From The Western Journal:

Abbott, Reeves, Gianforte and more than a dozen other Republican governors, including Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, have been a beacon of hope in the absence of national common sense and leadership since Jan. 20.

While Democratic governors have been inclined to shut people into their homes and tell them what to wear on their faces, those measures simply haven’t changed the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic. They’ve apparently succeeded only at killing jobs.

But in areas of the country which don’t view the Bill of Rights as a government-issued license that can be suspended indefinitely, people are being asked to use their own judgment and to exercise their rights.

There’s certainly nothing primitive about that.



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