Wisconsin is Now “The Wild West,” Says State Gov. After Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) says his state is now “the Wild West” after the state Supreme Court, in a 4-3 ruling, struck down his stay-at-home order.

“At this point in time, there is no orders. There’s nothing that’s compelling people to do anything other than having chaos here,” Evers told MSNBC’s Ali Velshi. “We’re going to have more cases. We’re going to have more deaths, and it’s a sad occasion for the state.” read more

Fox News Host Pete Hegseth Tells His Viewers to Go Out and Violate Stay-at-Home Orders

Fox News personality Pete Hegseth told his viewers to “put freedom before fear” and violate stay-at-home orders as the coronavirus pandemic tears its way through the country.

Hegseth made the comments while broadcasting from inside his home. He urged “healthy people” to “have some courage” and go outside, making the case for “herd immunity,” which goes against the advice of health and science experts. read more

Trump Says Some States Have Been “Too Tough” on Stay-at-Home Orders

President Donald Trump responded to questions about tweets he wrote earlier today urging Michigan, Minnesota, and Virginia to “liberate” themselves from stay-at-home orders.

“Some things are too tough and if you look at some of the states you just mentioned, it’s too tough, not only relative to this,” he told one reporter. “But what they did in Virginia in regard to the Second Amendment, it’s just a horrible thing, they did a horrible thing, the governor, and he’s a governor under a cloud to start out with. So when you see what he said about the Second Amendment, when you see what other states have done, I feel very comfortable.” read more