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In this Thursday, May 21, 2020 photo provided by the Michigan Office of the Governor, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer speeks during a news conference in Lansing, Mich. (Michigan Office of the Governor via AP, Pool)

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Unlike with the reopen marches, where journalists gave us up to the minute “reports” on how protesters were not social distancing and/or not wearing masks, we have not been hearing the same “you’re gonna kill people, you selfish jerk!” lectures from Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media regarding those marching over the officer-involved death of George Floyd.

The double standards – which I should note extend to my Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper here in NC – have been so blatant that some reporters, including Fox Los Angeles reporter Bill Melugin, have even pointed out how “ridiculous and arbitrary” the stay at home rules and lectures have been all along:

Pharmacist Matt Dawson became so disgusted and frustrated over the hypocrisy and mixed messaging that he went on an epic rant on his Twitter feed Monday, calling out the inconsistencies of Democratic leaders and media figures who just a few days ago were doing things like trying to shame beachgoers in Alabama for not wearing masks and not social distancing in the middle of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

Grab some popcorn, kick back in the recliner, and read on. It’s a lengthy rant, but worth it (language warning):

We need coronavirus case updates in protest cities from journalist and Democrat mask/distancing monitors in two weeks to find out if protesters who aren’t following CDC guidelines on social distancing, wearing a mask, and maximum gathering limits have caused case numbers to rise. Because #consistency.

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