November 24, 2020

UNEXPECTEDLY:  Oregon Tougher on Thanksgiving Families than Antifa Terrorists.

If you’re a family of faith, you may be out of luck if you don’t line up early for church. While faith institutions may stay open, they can only host 25 people indoors. Be thankful, this holiday season, if you’re able to enjoy your constitutionally protected right at all.

If you violate any of the governor’s orders, you’ll be subject to hefty fines or even jail time. According to the order, knowingly violating the will of Brown is a misdemeanor offense. You could be hit with $1,500 fine or 30 days in jail—or both.

In stark contrast, if you’re an Antifa domestic terrorist who participated in near-nightly riots in Portland, you weren’t treated as harshly. Indeed, if you managed to get arrested, you were likely quickly released and almost certainly not charged.

It’s much easier to target innocent families enjoying Thanksgiving than mask-wearing thugs. I suspect even in Oregon, “the chump effect” is a growing phenomenon.

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