Vermont Decrees Home Farming “Non Essential”, Forbids The Selling of Seeds…

Comrades, the administrative state will take care of all your food needs.  There is no reason to be self-sufficient in the production of food products.  As a result Vermont has designated the selling of seeds as “non-essential” and blocked from purchase:

It is more than a little alarming to see state officials now beginning to drill down into products that stores will be permitted to sell, or not sell, within businesses that are permitted to remain open during the COVID-19 mitigation effort.

Interestingly Vermont is the home state for Comrade Bernie Sanders; a candidate for the position of president, and is a self-described socialist with favorable opinion toward Comrade Fidel Castro of Cuba.  Amid all of the control efforts by various totalitarian state officials, this connection does not seem accidental.

Roping-off sections of products, and banning the sale of specific and designated products within businesses that are operating contingent to the approval of the state authority, takes the control function of government to an entirely new level.

We The People, perhaps as a group who have taken some basic precepts of freedom and liberty for granted, would be wise to look at what is taking place within the big picture.

Various government officials and interests of the state are taking advantage of the current crisis to test how far they can pull the levers of control.  Perhaps you do not garden; perhaps you never purchase seeds; perhaps you do not grow your own food; that’s not really the issue here….  stopping your ability to do so should alarm everyone.

First they told you not to leave home except for essential services.  Now they tell you what those services are; and in doing so they define and limit access to products, thereby controlling your behavior to permit only those activities approved by the state.

Freedom is a tenuous proposition; take nothing for granted.

Eyes wide open.

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247 Responses to Vermont Decrees Home Farming “Non Essential”, Forbids The Selling of Seeds…

  1. windbag says:

    They keep testing the limits. The same government that instructed us for decades on nutrition, as we ate ourselves into obesity. And the same government that still has us removing our shoes before stepping onto a plane. Now the government wants to tell us we can’t buy seeds to grow our own food. Time to put an end to this.

    Liked by 25 people

    • gawntrail says:

      End it indeed

      Liked by 1 person

      • Jerry Joe says:

        As long as everybody is ordered to stay home, this is a very good time to start properly indoctrinating your children: ‘No kids, it is not normal that you can not go out and play with your friends, but hopefully you will soon again. Just remember: never, ever vote for a Democrat; they will try to order you around as an adult, keep you from going outside forever and take everything you own.’

        Liked by 4 people

        • boogywstew says:

          If the kids are young enough you should mention that Democrats are monsters and eat children. Let’s face it … it’s a matter of time until they do.

          Liked by 3 people

          • RightAroundTheBlock says:

            We are raising three girls and the princess Buuuls#!t don’t roll in our house. Our kids know who the enemy is, they watch Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

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            • boogywstew says:

              They think Goldfinger is the enemy? However it worked out, my kids had no fear of monsters. When we had company and the kids were supposed to be in bed, I ‘d wander over to the bottom of the stairs and yell, “Get back in bed or I’ll let the monster out of the closet!” This was a preemptive yell, but my guess was always correct. Company thought it was horrible but our family was all in on it. Good times! We’d all laugh hard the next day.

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    • 4sure says:

      Is this an April fool’s joke?

      If not, this is too over the top. Do communist countries even outlaw you from planting a garden? I have planted a large garden every spring for 52 years.

      My mother planted a large garden every year for 75 years. She died at age 100 and was planting and working a garden when she was 96 yoa. She fell in the garden and broke her wrist and we convinced her it was time to quit gardening.

      There is no way in hell she would have let some punk ass gov’t tell her she could not buy seeds to plant a garden.

      We needed the food from that garden to feed us. Every thing in that garden was canned. Along with any fruit that grew on trees in our area.

      What is dumb about this edict from the minister of gardening is that you can go on the internet and buy seeds from hundreds of sellers. Unless there is a law forbidding seeds being shipped into Vermont

      We need to go buy a pack of seeds, attach to a brick and send to the Vermont governor. W/ a note telling him to stick seeds and brick where the sun does not shine

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    • freespeechfanatic says:

      Massive civil disobedience would end it. But we’re a cowed and whipped people. We’d sooner turn in our fellow citizens than challenge authority.

      Liked by 6 people

      • James Carpenter aka "Felix" says:

        “But we’re a cowed and whipped people”
        Speak for yourself freefanatic. The losers you characterize as being representative of America do exist. But they won’t rule. Heck, some won’t even survive.
        Now buck up, trust in your prayers and get some target practice in before dinner. OK?

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    • chemman says:

      This is an application of the SCOTUS Wickard decision that banned a farmer from growing some wheat for his own family because it interfered with inter-state trade.

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  2. The reach of the communist is never ending!

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  3. booger71 says:

    I wonder if you can still order seeds online…or will they inspect packages now…Vermont and other states are a prison.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TwoLaine says:

      I know. I know people who do this annually. Most have their orders in and back by now, but some have put it off due to… climate change. 😉 Boy will they be po’d.

      Liked by 2 people

    • palafox says:

      Article on this on Bloomberg says yes, they can be ordered online and “curbside pickup” is available. Still…

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      • Rhoda R says:

        That still doesn’t make any sense – if they are already in the store for other things why can’t they buy seeds as well?

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    • FrankieZee says:

      What the hell do you expect from a State that produced Bernie Sanders.

      Liked by 2 people

      • jonp says:

        VT did not produce Sanders. He is a flatlander from NY that like so many who ruined their state and then headed into VT have ruined it.

        Liked by 6 people

        • David Mitchell says:

          Flatlander indeed, who never held a steady job until he backed his way into the mayor of Burlington. I was born and raised in VT, attended UVM, and have family still there and I don’t recognize the place now. The flatlanders ruined the place.

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          • northwoodswatcher says:

            “Red’ Bernie Sanders is from Brooklyn. Ben & Jerry’s communist founders are New Yorkers too: Ben Cohen is from New York City and Jerry Greenfield is from Brooklyn; they grew up on Long Island. Howard “I Have a Scream” Dean is also from Long Island, brought up in a Wall Street family. In the 1960s the granola crowd — mainly from New York City — began migrating up to the pastoral GOP state of Vermont. Recall that this home of Calvin Coolidge was THE MOST CONSERVATIVE STATE in the union during the FDR years, and voted against Roosevelt all four times. Vermont and Maine were described back then as “rock-ribbed Republican” states. Vermont wasn’t a green paradise because of the hippy-dippy freeloaders. It got that way thanks to all of those hard-rock Republican farmers who were tough as cobs and knew how to get a crop out of their hillside farms. First sheep, and then cows, became the image of the state. Vermont remained Republican into the 196os. You have an idea of how Republican the state once was when you watch the 1954 movie “White Christmas.” In it there is a scene in which Danny Kaye and Bing Crosby have an exchange about what they could do to bring in business at The Pine Tree Inn. What strange thing. they muse, could they put on the inn’s stage to bring in business?
            Danny Kaye says, “How about a Democrat?”
            Bing jokes, “They’d stone him.”

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    • sunnydaze says:

      My understanding is, you can still order online. The problem is not everybody can do that. Some people, believe it or not, have never had a credit card. Or simply “don’t do” computers.

      Hopefully, they’ve got a good neighbor who’ll help out. If not, they are f*cked.

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      • chemman says:

        True it is still available on line but in my area they won’t deliver to where I live and curbside pickup is scheduled days to weeks in advance because of the panic

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  4. Mike says:

    This article requires your large FU middle finger graph.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. MaryfromMarin says:

    This is outrageous. Nanny state on steroids. ALL Vermonters should plant seeds RIGHT NOW, and everyone else should do the same, in solidarity.

    States do NOT own you.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. taspok says:

    The citizens are sovereign. They own the states, however the state is constituted. Never forget. Eyes wide open indeed.

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  7. Neil M. Dunn says:

    Take names now. Then if/when this passes…?

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  8. TwoLaine says:

    I’m sure it is for our own safety. They wouldn’t want us having to shoot thieves who might attempt to steal our fruits and veggies..

    Liked by 2 people

  9. JohnCasper says:

    The beatings will continue until morale improves.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. gawntrail says:

    Freedom loving Patriots in these clamp down states need to arm themselves, peacefully assemble, and march on their capitals. There will be no change if there are no consequences.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Niagara Frontier says:

    Based on the sign it looks like the “area” is off limits. Could that be the lawn and garden section? What would happen if Walmart moved the seeds to another part of the store…like produce? Does anybody know? That doesn’t really help with tools, fertilizer and plant food though. What a mess.

    Liked by 1 person

    • TreeClimber says:

      That was my first thought – that lawn and garden was off limits in entirety – but being outside and having hobbies are both essential at this time, so even that is a bad closure (not touching on the infringement issue, of course.)

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  12. Newhere says:

    We need a link to some sort of official order or policy. I’m not saying this isn’t real; but we have to understand the DETAILS here, too, to properly fight this. What the ever-loving F.

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  13. MightyConservative says:

    So, take the product. A lot of areas now allow unprosecuted theft up to $950. Unintended consequences of those decisions. Those seeds will make their way out of the store, by hook or by crook. So to speak.

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  14. TPW says:

    it would seem feed and seed stores would be open….farmers have to buy for their animals and planting. Get Non GMO enough for a few years before you know it they will prevent you from sowing non GMO seed which does not let crop reproduce itself. I can’t plant garden this year hip surgery, but I am going to buy seeds. Next year hope to put several raised gardens in back…..Sick of the sorry tasting GMO fruits and vegetables.

    Liked by 2 people

    • unconqueredone says:

      Follow the money to lobbyists and whoever receives their payoffs on the seed issue. Monsanto and the other major seed producers have been trying to extinguish all other options for a while.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. jimrockfish says:

    I’m wondering if there are freedom loving people anywhere who will start standing up to this? They keep pushing the limits and nobody does anything. I was actually surprised somebody sued the LA County Sheriff over the gun store closures.

    We can sue. We can not obey. At some point enough is enough.

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  16. scrap1ron says:

    Leftist dark humor is like food. Not everybody gets it.

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  17. Niagara Frontier says:

    I take it back what I said about moving the seeds to another part of the store. I apologize. It’s even worse, and more than just seeds. Underwear is non-essential and cannot be sold.

    “The items that cannot be sold in person include, but are not limited to, arts and crafts, beauty supplies, carpet and flooring, clothing, consumer electronics, entertainment, furniture, home and garden, jewelry, paint, photo services, sports equipment and toys.”

    https://www.11alive.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/vermont-non-essential-item-sales-ban/85-c8d33c3a-046c-478e-a844-3f5475ab26cf

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    • TreeClimber says:

      Yeah, they’re not going to stand for being cut off from all their entertainment… seriously though, everyone is expected to sit inside and do nothing all day?

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      • Rhoda R says:

        Apparently. I still don’t understand why, if the store is open for business, that some merchandise is off limits. There is NO logic to that.

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  18. David Vicknair says:

    Self sufficiency is an enemy of the State.

    Liked by 6 people

  19. TarsTarkas says:

    I suspect it was a decree promulgated by an ignorant who believes food grows in stores. IMO not malicious, just dumb.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. dwpender says:

    DJT can end any of this State tyranny IMMEDIATELY by cutting off Federal Emergency Funding for any States issuing draconian, unconstitutional orders like these.

    Alternatively, he can IMMEDIATELY expand the list of businesses/products/activities deemed “essential” under federal law, and forbid the States from interfering.

    He needs a new Task Force member watching these outrages EVERY DAY, and telling him what to countermand.

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  21. mike dennis says:

    Next up, banning non-essential citizens…a la Nomad on the old Star Trek series.

    Liked by 3 people

  22. prtomr says:

    Actions such as this seem to intentionally goad “we the people” into moving into the streets with tar and feathers.

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  23. Amy2 says:

    UNbelievable! People are home, gardening and becoming more self-sufficient is absolutely ESSENTIAL!!

    Liked by 2 people

  24. Irisheyes says:

    WHERE are all the state Attorneys General on this? I know some are Dems, but what about the so-called ” conservative” AGs? Giving governors leeway during an emergency is one thing, but usurping pretty much ALL our constitutional rights is quite another.

    If nobody takes action, we’re pretty much China without the “social credit” points. I am totally shocked how many citizens are willing to be slowly (or rapidly) boiled in the pot!

    Liked by 4 people

  25. Magabear says:

    Vermont has 18 deaths due to wuhan. And I would suspect a number of them are NYC residents. So of course you ban seeds to grow your own food! Duh! 🙄

    It’s a power grab folks. Whatcha gonna do about it?

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  26. John Taylor says:

    Order on Amazon?

    Liked by 1 person

    • dwpender says:

      Your mail may be searched to prevent the distribution of the ever-increasing list of contraband, comrade.

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      • John Bosley says:

        I see a black market opportunity here ……
        Maybe seeds are the new forbidden drug.
        Wonder how that worked out for alcohol and weed prohibition back in the 20th century.

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    • Lidia says:

      At Amazon, “non-essentials” are requiring 4 weeks to ship.
      This is what a friend told me, who was trying to order an exercise DVD (in stock, sold by Amazon).

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  27. erm9164 says:

    The coronavirus doesn’t scare me.What scares me is how willing so many Americans are to give up their civil liberties.The left now knows how easy it is to manufacture crises that permit them to turn the land of the free into the land of the infringed.

    Liked by 5 people

  28. sunnydaze says:

    This one is REALLY insane. People up north are just STARTING to buy/ plant seeds. If they ever needed a vegetable garden, this could be the year.

    Not EVERYBODY can buy stuff online.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. 300 says:

    It’s really fascinating to see everyone shocked by this behavior from our government. Has anyone been paying attention? I hate to be the voice crying out in the wilderness but for Heavens sake people turn off the tv read a little history. Tyranny 101 wold be a good start

    300

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  30. freespeechfanatic says:

    This is war. Trump better begin to understand this. Unless he wants to be known as the president under whose watch Americans lost their freedoms.

    Liked by 3 people

    • iswhatitis says:

      freespeechfanatic says: “This is war. Trump better begin to understand this. Unless he wants to be known as the president under whose watch Americans lost their freedoms.

      I’m pretty sure he understands that.

      Who doesn’t understand it is the populace.

      We’re losing the country while the populace sits around “taking it” and pointing the finger at the President – as if he, one man, has the power to hold back an enemy onslaught from multiple “fronts” by himself.

      We all need to be standing up against what is happening.

      The country is toast if people don’t start understanding that.

      But pointing the finger is so much easier, eh?

      Liked by 5 people

  31. Ackman419 says:

    Is this for real, SD?

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  32. BuckNutGuy says:

    When Ohio declared no worship services: Our FIRST freedom, I decided that I wouldn’t be surprised by anything that follows.

    Liked by 2 people

  33. burginthorn says:

    About the time the original 13 states adopted their new
    constitution, in 1787, Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history
    professor at the University of Edinburgh, had this to say
    about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years
    prior.

    “A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply
    cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A
    democracy will continue to exist up until the time that
    voters discover that they can vote themselves generous
    gifts from the public treasury. From that moment on, the
    majority always votes for the candidates who promise the
    most benefits from the public treasury, with the result
    that every democracy will finally collapse due to loose
    fiscal policy, which is always followed by a dictatorship.”

    “The average age of the worlds greatest civilizations from
    the beginning of history, has been about 200 years. During
    those 200 years, these nations always progressed through
    the following sequence

    1. From bondage to spiritual faith;
    2. From spiritual faith to great courage;
    3. From courage to liberty;
    4. From liberty to abundance;
    5. From abundance to complacency;
    6. From complacency to apathy;
    7. From apathy to dependence;
    8. From dependence back into bondage”

    Professor Joseph Olson of Hamline University School of Law,
    St. Paul, Minnesota believes the United States is now
    somewhere between the “complacency and apathy” phase of
    Professor Tyler’s definition of democracy, with some
    40 percent of the nation’s population already having reached
    the “governmental dependency” phase.

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    • 300 says:

      This^^^^^^^

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    • Greg1 says:

      Excellent, accurate post. I saved the entire thing, along with your user name, to the notes on my phone. I have both read and heard parts of what you said before, but I’ve not seen it all together as you have posted it.

      I believe with everything in me that Donald Trump is trying to reverse that sequence. And I believe that those who found jobs in the boom that was going until such a short time ago were beginning to realize that “governmental dependency” does not give one their best life, that America has more to offer if they are willing to go work for it, and they were having their eyes opened. There are still a lot of people who do not want the decline outlined in those eight stages. And there are also a lot of people who DO want that decline because they intend to be in the upper echelons of “leadership” who will have all the benefits that socialists/communists can dream up. Those people are enemies, whether foreign or domestic. And we must defend against them. A lot of us took an oath about that once upon a time. And I think most consider that oath still valid.

      Spiritual faith in God is the beginning of the rise to greatness.

      The loss of spiritual faith in God is the beginning of the descent into bondage.

      Those who hate God and any reference to Him (remember how the media reacted to Mike Lindell the My Pillow guy saying we need to read our Bibles in this time of crisis when Trump let him speak at the White House) push the descent to bondage, knowingly or unknowingly.

      Everything good starts with God.

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    • carolinagirl41 says:

      Also, Alexis de Tocqueville said, “The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.”

      Liked by 1 person

  34. ezpz2 says:

    Comrade Bernie loves him some food lines—for the sheeple, while he dines fancy and to his heart’s content.

    Liked by 1 person

    • John Bosley says:

      Sort of like when Venezuela ‘ s dictator Maduro dined at Salt Ba’s restaurant personally served and cooked by the chef himself.
      Then proceeded to rub the peasants face in it when he took pictures and posted the whole glorious dinner in color.

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  35. Rose says:

    How cute, a true socialist government, equal suffering for all and one must protect the parasitical liberals. How much of this abuse are the people willing to take?

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  36. sunnydaze says:

    Also considered “non- essential” are childrens craft/ art supplies.

    Tell THAT to parents who have a bunch of kids at home all day right now.

    The people who make these decisions do not live in the Real World.

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  37. SW Richmond says:

    Buy a rifle and learn to use it.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. mountain dude says:

    It does not pass MY smell test. First check – does it arouse my emotions. Hell yeah. I am angry. Second check – where is the agency making such a declaration. Come on, man. These control folks like to be important. They want their organization’s name there. Yet…this could be a sign of things to come.

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  39. TreeperInTraining says:

    Let me preface this by saying, I come from the coal regions of North East PA. Up until recently it was heavily populated with Eastern Europeans and Irish people who were all too familiar with government starvation tactics. Most of the people I know were raised with this as a backdrop. Grandparents and great-grandparents told us these stories when we were kids.

    Add in the fall of King Coal and the introduction of NAFTA, and this area has become econ depressed. It’s lower middle class, but a good portion of our folks have a pride of independence. Veggie gardens are common and so are hunting and fishing (not for sport…but to eat).

    Fast forward to a few weeks ago,….when other people were panicked about the shortage of hand sanitizer and toilet paper, my area stores were running very short on vegetable seeds. I had to go to a few stores to get what I needed. We, and fellow customers laughed and joked about the potato famine Stalin (yes…we are a dark humored people) while we rifled through the seed packets. If you are looking for veggies seeds to purchase on-site at a grocery store here….it likely not going to happen.

    History always repeats. Smh

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    • free.and.true says:

      Indeed. Good Christ, even freaking *Soviet Russia* allowed (and later encouraged) people to have their dachas in the country or on the outskirts of cities, to grow vegetables and fruits.

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    • boogywstew says:

      You in particular might find this interesting. The most northern named village in the very northWESTern part of Pennsylvania is named North EAST! I drive back and forth between Dunkirk, NY and Erie, PA, a distance of about 50 miles, and North East is on the border just south of Ripley, NY. No wonder so many people have trouble with geography. The “chimney” on the State of Pennsylvania in the upper left corner is Erie County. This part of PA belonged to New York until 1792 and is called the Erie Triangle.

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      • TreeperInTraining says:

        Yes. I’ve traveled to Erie back in the days when I was working for the government.

        God ol’ Northeast.

        PA is strange. I grew up in the mine fire town, and now live in an area where the nicknames for most of the places are old coal mine names.

        Further…we talk funny in these parts. We have our own online dictionary.

        https://www.coalregion.com/speak/speaka.php

        We don’t take ourselves too seriously. Wink.

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        • boogywstew says:

          This whole area is gorgeous and the people are very nice. We average 9 feet of snow a year. Except for Erie City itself, this area is Republican. Lake Erie is spectacular … the seaside cliffs !!!

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  40. InAz says:

    Bloody HELL!!!

    Time for Class Action Lawsuits

    Liked by 2 people

  41. The same is happening here in Louisiana. This is not my parish but is very close. Disgusting. But hey…..louisiana is the best at being the worst.

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  42. Rutland Herald: Agency of Commerce and Community Development Secretary Lindsay Kurrle on Tuesday. “This volume of shopping traffic significantly increases the risk of further spread of this dangerous virus to Vermonters and the viability of Vermont’s health care system.”
    Among the items that cannot be sold in person include clothing, consumer electronics, books, furniture and sporting equipment.

    “It sounded better in the original German.”

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  43. flatlandgoober says:

    They were called Victory Gardens during the last two World Wars. Plant them everywhere for this one. Unless you think WW3 will be over in a few months. Consider planting some open pollinated varieties, so you can save seed for the next season. I order a lot of my seed from https://www.seedsavers.org and recommend them highly. Heirloom seeds that have been saved for generations.

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    • TreeperInTraining says:

      Flat….my neighbors and I trade seeds.

      Plus we have hand me downs.

      I have Black Russian tomato seeds from the 40s that are to die for.

      Liked by 1 person

      • burginthorn says:

        “I have Black Russian tomato seeds from the 40s that are to die for.”
        (yes…we are a dark humored people)

        You sure are 😉

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  44. hawkins6 says:

    I doubt these patchwork restrictions around the country in blue states are random or just the draconian whims of the local aspiring despot.

    They are likely part of a greater organized plan not only to “determine how far they can pull the levers of control” on what they mistakenly believe is a passive and frightened citizenry but also to harm P Trump which is their obsession.

    These random decisions are out of control and no POTUS should tolerate nonsense like this seed restriction during an unpredictable crisis anymore than they should remain silent while states are trying to strip citizens of their right to buy guns when these same political hacks are releasing active criminals into their communities. These outrageous incidents are piling up and I suspect P Trump will soon comment on them for the sake of his increasingly shackled voters.

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  45. Mike in a Truck says:

    You will only draw rations from the back of U.N. trucks. Your basic daily caloric needs will be determind based on age,sex,and body weight.( Note: being obese does not entitle you to more food.) An excess of body fat is an affront to the State. Violaters will be executed and your family billed for the cartridges.Have a nice day.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Greg1 says:

      “An excess of body fat is an affront to the State.”

      This is to be reserved only for the leadership of the state. Kim Jong Un decrees it so.

      Liked by 1 person

  46. Every minute of every day that this Lockdown continues sees more of our sacred Liberty and Freedom being taken from us.
    We cannot wait until April 30 or later. There will be nothing left except blood in the streets.
    Nothing could be worse than what’s going to happen to us if our Country is not allowed to be reopened for business as soon as possible.
    No time left.
    #END THE LOCKDOWN

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  47. Martin says:

    The graphic says Liberty or Tyranny Your Vote Matters.

    It seems that those who control the information have found a workaround.

    Liked by 1 person

  48. Warren Spaulding says:

    Vermont has a lot of dairy farms. Are they able to buy seed for their crops/cows?

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  49. alliwantissometruth says:

    Cellmate: Hey man, welcome to jail. What are you in for?

    Newly arrived: Got busted with a half a pound

    Cellmate: Oh man, that sucks. A half pound of what, meth coke, what?

    Newly arrived: A half pound of sweet corn seeds

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  50. Boots says:

    Another test to see how much they can get away with.

    Apparently, a whole lot. No one’s pushing back. All are trained dogs doing whatever the government they’ve been trained (MSM) to believe are their betters tell them to do. S’posed to be the other way around, “for the people, by the people….consent of the governed”

    If this were 1942 Germany many of our fellow citizens would believe the boxcars really were taking them to a safe place. The guards with machine guns were there to protect them. And the showers really were showers instead of gas chambers. Wonder if grandma was still in France when the Germans entered Paris in 1940.

    Surprising how many people can’t see what’s going on right under their nose! When they finally do it’s too late!

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