Reckless Behavior By Some Republican Governors Should Lead To Criminal Indictments!

A substantial group of Republican Governors are abusing their power, recklessly endangering the lives of their constituents, and causing unnecessary deaths by fighting the federal government on the issue of vaccinations and masks.

Ron DeSantis of Florida, Greg Abbott of Texas, and Kristi Noem of South Dakota, all angling to run for President, are demonstrating criminal behavior, and should all face criminal indictments brought by the US Department of Justice.

The COVID-19 Pandemic has now caused more deaths than the American Civil War over four years; the Spanish Flu Pandemic at the end and after World War I over three years; and the combination of the two World Wars.

If these three Republican governors, and others such as Kim Reynolds of Iowa, Tate Reeves of Mississippi, and a number of others had taken the health crisis seriously, we would not have lost so many people, and the likelihood is the final total will be more than one million deaths.

Donald Trump, ignoring the health crisis, and promoting wrong medical alternatives, should also be held criminally liable for the disaster we are still facing!

3 comments on “Reckless Behavior By Some Republican Governors Should Lead To Criminal Indictments!

  1. Rustbelt Democrat September 24, 2021 9:30 am

    Mark Meadows and Steve Bannon are amongst some Trump aides being subpoenaed by the January 6 committee.

  2. Princess Leia September 24, 2021 9:33 am

    Some polling in Virginia is very tight for the governor’s race. Youngkin is leading in some polls by a few points.

  3. Princess Leia September 26, 2021 10:22 am

    More Covid cases popping up after a rock festival in our community at a newly opened ampitheater. The ampitheater had no Covid restrictions. Local doctors were warning about this.

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