According to reports, the Democrat mayor of Denver, Michael Hancock, sent out a tweet telling the commoners living in his city to avoid travel and stay home for Thanksgiving. He then promptly caught a flight to visit his daughter living in Mississippi for a family Thanksgiving.
The Daily Wire explains:
On Wednesday morning, Denver mayor Michael Hancock’s Twitter account warned citizens that they should stay close to home for Thanksgiving and avoid travel. That tweet came before a flight on Wednesday that Hancock was taking to Houston to visit his daughter in Mississippi, 9Newsreported.
Hancock, a Democrat, tweeted on Wednesday morning, “Pass the potatoes, not COVID. Stay home as much as you can, especially if you’re sick. Host virtual gatherings instead of in-person dinners. Avoid travel, if you can. Order your holiday meal from a local eatery. Shop online with a small business for #BlackFriday.”
People in Colorado are tiring of the COVID-1984 lockdowns. One Colorado county just told the state’s Democrat Governor, Jared Polis, it would not be enforcing the state’s lockdown orders and so much more. READ: Colorado county rejects governor’s COVID-19 restrictions: Our citizens can govern themselves. Oh, and here’s a list of things we will not be enforcing.