Pat McCrory: Stay-at-Home Order Discriminates Against the Blue-Collar Worker

‘The blue-collar worker can’t stay at home to keep the manufacturing lines open of textile and rubber and cloth that we need in our hospitals’

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MCCRORY: “I had a theme during our crisis and hurricanes was be overprepared and hopefully be underwhelmed. And that I think should be the goal of every leader. There is this tremendous balance that we all have, and one thing about even the stay-at-home policy, I could say it almost discriminates against the blue-collar worker who is watching us do our job from long distance. The blue-collar worker can’t stay at home to keep the manufacturing lines open of textile and rubber and cloth that we need in our hospitals rig4q now, the delivery trucks, thee1 grocery stores, the blue-collarq worker is going, wait a minute, I don’t get to stay at home.”

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