In a report by Western Journal, Chuck Norris has presented concerns for the freedoms that are being restricted during this pandemic, and the reality of trying to enforce sheltering laws while law enforcement will inevitably be infected and will exit the workforce as the the shutdowns continue.

Norris stated that he had supports prudence and peacefulness, but has “tough questions” with the intention to “keep and embolden a strong and civil America.” positive cases of the coronavirus continue to rise in the U.S..

The action star questioned the willingness of American citizens to comply with a nationwide lockdown as they lose income and are unable to pay bills.

Western Journal continued reporting on Norris’ statement.

Norris said he was concerned by the growing lockdown orders and curfews being enforced by law enforcement limiting citizens’ movements.

“If the need for citizen confinement grows, and the restrictions increase, where does it end? And what excessive burden are we then placing upon law enforcement to corral even half of Americans (150 million)?” he asked.

“And if even the smallest transgression of confinement restrictions ends up being a misdemeanor, how will officials handle tens of millions of them?”

Norris pointed out that if police are expected to enforce the curfews, they too could become stricken with coronavirus.



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And if that were to happen, not only would the hospitals be overrun with police officers, but there would also be fewer people to enforce the lockdown.

But what is more frightening, as Norris stated, is that if the lockdown lasts for five weeks or longer, citizens could fight back.

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“How long can we allow Americans, who are a freedom-loving people and patriots, to be under ‘lockdown’ in their own homes without working?” Norris asked.

“Many scientists and specialists are even now calling the federal government to a five-week national lockdown? Do we expect the majority to simply comply? Will they have the resources and wherewithal to go the distance without resistance?”

There is an ongoing debate about what business are considered “essential” as businesses struggle to withstand the shutdowns. Multiple businesses have announced the permanent closings of their branches or the expected inability to pay rent with customers.

These issues are representations of what problems are facing individual citizens as the government makes decisions about stimulus checks and pulling back some tof the restrictions to protect the U.S. from a complete economic crash.

Similar concerns raised by Chuck Norris are being discussed on level of government as cities, states and regions are anticipating more positive cases of coronavirus than the infrastructure and current supply of equipment can handle.