You won’t believe what she just said.
During a recent interview with MSNBC’s “AM Joy,” Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) asked Americans to follow their “gut feeling” on coronavirus concerns.
According to Breitbart, Tlaib stated, “One thing I admire about the governor is I know she’s listening to the health experts, the doctors, they are the ones leading the policy to talk about loosening up. I’m not sure how they made that decision. I know this much. Many of our folks, and I tell you — my 13 district strong residents. If you are afraid to go to work, do not go to work.”
Adding, “I know this is hard, but you have every right to make sure your life is put first and to fight back. I don’t care if it’s labor organizing this late in the game or if it’s demanding that your life is not treated as if it’s disposable, but I want you not to be afraid to go to work. You should not at all ever feel like—I don’t care if it’s a president, I don’t care who it is that tells you, we need you to go back and we need you to start back with the economy and everything. Your life is much more important. I always tell my residents when they call, you know, they’re shake making us do this, making us do that. Do you feel safe? If you don’t feel safe, you don’t have to go to work.”
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