Americans are getting restless giving up their liberties despite a worldwide pandemic, and a longtime peace officer says the constitution matters more than fear of a virus.
Richard Mack, a former sheriff who leads the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, says he doesn’t oppose “sheltering in place” and shuttering his business, but those decisions have to be made by him, he says.
“When I see the right information coming out, and I trust what everybody’s telling me, I will do so willingly and voluntarily,” he tells OneNewsNow. “But once you start forcing me, that totally is the antithesis of American ideals.”
When the coronavirus began spreading across Washington state, then the U.S., Americans retreated into their homes like fleeing from a hailstorm because models were predicting overwhelmed hospitals and 2.2 million deaths – but “only” 1.1 million deaths if the public shuttered the businesses on Main Street and remained in their homes. ….