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Media: You Don’t Need to Social Distance if You Set Buildings On Fire

Remember when the mainstream media decided that you were a deeply terrible person if you wanted to leave your home to spend time with friends or family?

Remember when business owners were essentially being told that they needed to close their doors indefinitely, or else they were complicit in spreading a virus that is only really lethal for the sick and elderly?

If you’re more than two weeks old, you remember all of this perfectly — and you’ve seen the way the mainstream media suddenly changed its tune when it came to a cause they agreed with.

People all over the world couldn’t hold funerals. They had to cancel weddings. They had to completely remove themselves from once-in-a-lifetime moments. And we were told that this was the only way we could possibly stop the Chinese-born virus that brought the global economy to a sudden stop.

But now, because the media agrees with the anti-American narrative pushed by many participating in demonstrations over the wrongful police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, all of that virtue signaling has mysteriously stopped.

For the record, Officer Derek Chauvin should face justice. The other officers who were with him should be charged as well (and they are). But, the media is going to have to pick a lane: is social distancing over, or does that only apply to people who aren’t committing acts of arson?

Here’s Ben Shapiro with more.

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