Minnesotans now face 90 days in jail, or a $1000 fine, if they socialize—anywhere—with “anyone” who doesn’t live with them

Remember “Love Is All Around,” the song played over the credits of  “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” set in Minneapolis? “Who can turn the world on with a smile,” and so on? 

What will it take to get the people there—and everywhere in these no-longer-United States (the “blue” states in particular)—to stand up  and say no to this insanity?

From a friend:

You’ve probably seen the following series, about Minnesota’s latest police-state order:

Scans of the Executive Order are #2 and #3 in the series:

After banning people meeting with anyone outside their own household, inside or outside (provision 6(a)), the “10. Enforcement” provision adds in fluent Newspeak: “Nothing in this Executive Order is intended to encourage or allow law enforcement to transgress individual constitutional rights.”

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