From the Twitter:

In Wisconsin you can take your kid to the grocery store, Walmart, Costco, a restaurant for takeout,  where they might come in contact with any number of strangers who may be sick.

But you cannot let your kid play with the neighbor kid across the street, who you know.


Prohibited activities. All public and private gatherings of any number of people that are not part of a single household or living unit are prohibited, except for the limited purposes expressly permitted in this Order. Nothing in this Order prohibits the gathering of members of a single household or living unit. Landlords or rental property managers shall avoid entering leased residential premises unless emergency maintenance is required.

Some Karen saw two little girls having unapproved fun and called the cops.

The cops showed up and were there to follow orders.

Nein!!!  Das children hazing fun ees verboten in Visconsin!

This is the kind of fucking bullshit that makes good people turn against these orders and demand states reopen.

The deluge of lawsuits against politicians and police for these sorts of orders are going to swamp the courts for years.

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By J. Kb

6 thoughts on “Just following orders in Wisconsin”
  1. I propose that these orders be nominated “The Trial Attorney Full Employment Initiative of 2020”

    Alternately, “The BMW Dealers Assistance Program of 2020”.

    I can only begin to imagine the litigation arising from deprivation-of-civil-rights-under-color-of-law allegations.

    1. We need to make sure states are not bailed out by the Federal Government after going bankrupt paying out damages.

  2. It’s things like this that make a lasting impression. How many people will remember what over the top shenanigans cops did in the name of “safety”? How many neighbors will be eyeing each other wondering if he/she’s the Karen of the hood? How many will *know* who the Karen is after they’ve been ruined for essentially no reason?
    None of this is good. None. The aftermath will be lasting damage to the basic fabric of society.

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