Not long ago, Democrats and their media allies were questioning President Donald Trump’s decision to refrain from ordering a nationwide lockdown in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
It became clear rather quickly that this was a game being played by Democrats, and Trump wasn’t playing ball.
Trump instead insisted that the response be handled at the state level by governors.
This made sense, considering the fact that the White House does not have unlimited powers that supersede those of state governments.
The president’s decision not to impose a one-size-fits-all policy on the entire country made sense from more than a legal and political standpoint, seeing as how each state is different.
People in Montana are generally spread out, while those in New York City literally live right on top of one another.
Even if Trump had ordered a nationwide lockdown, obstructionist Democrats would have likely resisted it