Woods “Democrats were literally arresting Americans for opening their businesses, but now are silent as protesters burn them down”

Taking a shot at what he sees as hypocrisy, actor and Trump supporter James Woods tweeted Wednesday:

Democrats were literally arresting Americans for opening their businesses, but now are silent as protesters burn them down. You were fined for worshipping in your church, but now cheered for marching in screaming crowds.

Brian Kilmeade of Fox News made a similar argument and expressed anger that lockdown protesters who wanted a haircut were criticized for not social distancing, but blue states won’t similarly chastise George Floyd activists.

TheWrap reports Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade says there’s a double standard when it comes to social distancing expectations when it comes to those protesting the coronavirus and those protesting the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd.

“Are we supposed to keep social distance, wear masks and be responsible and stay at home even on sunny days,” the “Fox & Friends” host asked Tuesday. “Or are we supposed to just come together and throw that in the street for a good protest?”

Guest and senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano agreed: “I’m as angry as you are and anybody who believes that the Constitution means what it says should be angry.”

Kilmeade and Napolitano reacted to statements from New Jersey governor Phil Murphy backing the protests against Floyd’s death.

“It’s one thing to protest what day nail salons are opening and it’s another to come out in peaceful protest overwhelmingly about somebody who was murdered right before our eyes,” Napolitano said.

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