Civil Disobedience Not What It Used To Be

Civil Disobedience, hair salon, barber shop, corona virus
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Civil Disobedience isn’t about fighting for your rights by enduring police dogs and fire hoses anymore.

Last year Antifa thug Gage Halupowski got six years for bashing Adam Kelly in the head during a protest riot. And this year it was Shelley Luther who went to the slammer for opening her hair salon.

Civil Disobedience

The Dallas Morning News reports a judge fined the hair stylist $7,000 and locked her up for a week for re-opening her salon on April 24 in violation of a stay-at-home order.

But the Texas Supreme Court ordered her release the next day.

Meanwhile 77-year-old Carl Manske wasn’t so lucky. His license was revoked for re-opening his Michigan barbershop. So Operation Haircut protesters plan to cut hair in his support on the Statehouse lawn May 20. Governor Gretchen Whitmer says the protest will spread the virus.

One Response to Civil Disobedience Not What It Used To Be

  1. Peter Jaysays:

    I’ve had it. I’m going to a bar to have a pint of Guinness in protest! I’ll sit there until I get thrown out or put in the slammer. I’m hoping it takes a couple of weeks!

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