Illinois Mayor Uses Coronavirus to Push Gun Control


You now live in a police state, America.

Thanks to coronavirus fears, you have no rights, you may not leave your house, and if you try to go to a bar you will be arrested.

While authoritarianism hasn't yet engulfed every municipality in America, make no mistake: it's coming.

The mayor of a small town in Illinois even used the crisis to push gun control.

The Summit News reports:

Champaign, Illinois mayor Deborah Frank Feinen signed an executive order giving herself the power to order the seizure of firearms, ammunition, alcohol and gasoline during the coronavirus pandemic.
The executive order also enables the government to “take possession of private property” and cut off an individual’s access to gas, water or electricity.
The city promised to “keep the public’s best interest in mind” while also handing itself the power to shut down all liquor stores and bars, although Gov. J.B. Pritzker has already ordered the shut down of all bars and schools across Illinois until March 30.

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