March for life 2022 has to be cancelled. Or is Tucker Carlson wrong?

Just to make sure I understand this, does Tucker really mean to say that Muriel Bowser, Mayor of D.C. forbids people to even go outside unless they have proof of “vaccination” at 12 years of age and proof of “vaccination” with photo I.D. at 18 years of age, and a mask, of course? In other words, does the March for Life have to be cancelled? Go to the end of the video: 7’12″…

So, I saw this on Muriel’s website:

But that seems to refer only to select indoor venues, January 15 to 26. The March for Life is on January 24. Is Tucker correct on this? Does he need to be called out. This is important!

There’s a big difference between “you’ll need papers to leave the house in D.C.” and simply being shut out of some restaurant or bar. But he says he’s quoting something verbatim… What’s going on?

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Filed under Coronavirus, Free exercise of religion, Pro-Life

One response to “March for life 2022 has to be cancelled. Or is Tucker Carlson wrong?

  1. sanfelipe007

    To paraphrase Will Rodgers; those who don’t watch the news are uninformed – those who do watch the news are misinformed.”

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