One rule for them, one rule for us…
Coronavirus Rules Don’t Apply to Sharpton’s 100,000 Racists March
One rule for ordinary Americans — another for Democrat politicians.
Mayor Muriel Bowser recently announced that “anyone coming into Washington, DC from a high-risk state” had to self-quarantine for 14 days. Meanwhile the nation’s riot capital is expecting a 100,000 man hate march organized by Al Sharpton which includes attendees coming from those high-risk states.
Georgia is on Bowser’s quarantine list, but two buses coming from Atlanta and one from Macon are currently listed on Sharpton’s National Action Network site. Ohio is on the quarantine list, but there are three buses coming from Columbus. Texas is on the list, but three buses are scheduled to leave from Houston. There’s also a bus coming from North Carolina despite its presence on the high-risk list.
The buses for Sharpton’s Get Your Knee Off Our Necks march are scheduled to leave on the 27th or 28th of August for a rally that’s supposed to take place on the 28th leaving no time for a 14-day quarantine.
Are D.C. quarantine rules going to apply to Sharpton’s march or will it be deemed “essential”?
The Sharpton hate rally plans to have participants assemble at the Lincoln Memorial, walking along the reflecting pool, and waiting there for 6 hours before marching to the MLK memorial.
The Get Your Knee Off Our Necks hate rally expects 100,000 participants.