Democrats Are Trying (and FAILING) to Ruin Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and the left is back again to find another way to ruin a family-friendly gathering.

In previous years, the holiday was preceded by the typical “hot take” articles on left-wing blog sites like Huffington Post, Salon, Vox, and others telling readers to challenge and even cut off any and all relatives who may disagree with them politically. We’re used to that nonsense by now.

This time, Democrats in power are trying their hand at ruining a holiday. In California, Governor Gavin Newsom is instituting a myriad of simply unenforceable rules to enforce social distancing. This includes a three-household limit on Thanksgiving gatherings, as well as mask requirements and a mandate that dinner be held outside.

Hilariously enough, there are also regulations on how loud guests are allowed to speak to one another. We really wish we were making this stuff up. Apparently, these same rules don’t apply to mass gatherings and looting which typically go unpunished in places like California.

In the off chance that you find yourself on the wrong side of the law this Thanksgiving, we have some advice. When the COVID police show up, simply inform them that you and your dinner guests are actually just staging a protest. You might want to smash a wine glass or two just to let them know you’re serious.

Here’s Mark Dice with more.


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