700 KM long traffic jam as citizens seeking liberty line-up to GTFO of Paris before lockdowns. Who in North America wants this?

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
 

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These traffic jams caused by panic over what the bedwetting liberals running france will do next are not happening in sweden

because the swedes take the chinese disease in stride
 

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
The democrats wet dream.
 

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Voters should know that Sleepy Joe thinks that the Corona response of the French and others in the Eurotrash zone are ideal
 

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Their government sold them out. Just like our government is doing.
 
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We have crazier SOB's in Canada. I'd say 80% of the country and 98% of those under 30 blame our government anytime they don't talk about a complete shutdown.

Our lack of cerebral activity is going to ensure we fail in the globally competitive economy. We have become a flop house for the uncreative, uncurious and downright submissive.
 

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They are already rioting in Italy over the lockdowns, France next?
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Let me guess. That despite other countries that had more draconian measures this spring, the predicted fall rise of a second Covid wave WORLDWIDE is somehow Trumps fault. :45:
 

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Let me guess. That despite other countries that had more draconian measures this spring, the predicted fall rise of a second Covid wave WORLDWIDE is somehow Trumps fault. :45:
LMAO Of course. Everything to the looney left is Trump's fault. They blame him instead of the Chinese who loosed this virus on the world. Pack of imbeciles.
 

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
CNN reporting this is Trump's fault.
 

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
CNN reporting this is Trump's fault.
Of course it is. Trump tells Parisians what to do. Only an idiot would think that and those running CNN sure fit that bill. LOL
 

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
No one on my side WANTS a lockdown, but the right wing is working real hard, to make it happen.....! :eek-52:
 

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Yeah, and the liars on CNN are blaming Trump for the virus.

Rats. All of them and their China First cowardly masters.


Traffic around Paris hit record levels just hours before a new national lockdown came into force across France.
Jams stretched to a cumulative 430 miles (700 km) in the Ile-de-France region early on Thursday evening, local media reported.
Lockdown measures came into force at midnight on Friday (23:00 GMT) to tackle spiralling Covid infections.
People have been ordered to stay at home except for essential work or medical reasons.
President Emmanuel Macron said the country risked being "overwhelmed by a second wave that no doubt will be harder than the first".
Daily Covid-19 deaths in France are at the highest level since April, and on Thursday, authorities reported 47,637 new cases and 250 new deaths.
French media report that many Parisians have left the city - and their often cramped apartments - to spend lockdown in the countryside.
No one on my side WANTS a lockdown, but the right wing is working real hard, to make it happen.....! :eek-52:
Nope. I doubt anyone wants a lockdown. In fact Trump wants the states that are locked down to open up. They won't which is their prerogative. If they opened up it would help the economy to get up and running even more.

No one, on the right anyway, wants a lockdown.
 

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