1. Ellie Mero

    Where would you be going anyway? Stores, restaurants are closed-I feel it is meant to protect the thousands of homes left empty by evacuating families from possible looting.

  2. Paul. Notadymbass

    Unlike you, I thank God for the police and our local officials that put the good of us all over the “rights” of the few that want to exercise their rights to be idiots. Thise idiots never realize that their rights stop where my rights begin. To dumb that down for you, if you want to drive drunk or drive around during a hurricane, both of these “rights” impinge on my right to live in safety. Therefore my rights of safety trump your right to be stupid.


    • Jj

      Please explain How ones right to drive around infringes on your rights? Quite simple, Infringing on the rights of an individual for the sake of “safety for all” is exactly The argument police states use.

  3. Penny

    You are so pathetic posting this s***. It’s too bad people care about people like you. These curfews that are being enacted are for everyone’s own safety and well-being and it also allows for emergency crews and emergency responders to get through to help people who are desperately in need. If you don’t like it tough crap. Like I told one of your wonderful viewers you can always be a rebel and run out in Hurricane Irma and have yourself a good time. You are encouragement for people to rebel is absolutely pathetic… why don’t you go get a real f****** life and let the people who run the state and worry about everybody do their job. There’s no legality in this and there is no real legality in this. If you want to go play in the storm then just go f****** do it and let the rest of us smart people stay where we need to be so that we can survive it. Anyone who appreciates this man’s views on what is going on you need to go get your brain checked.

    • Penny

      Hi we are starting a prayer chain for all the people in Florida please say a prayer and pass it on to as many people as you can if you can’t pass this on please let me know so the chain doesn’t stop β€οΈπŸ’œπŸ’šπŸ’™πŸ’›πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Please just pass it on to as many as you can

  4. Allison

    Thank you for posting this! These are illegal and illegitimate orders which are being normalized. And guess what, they aren’t going away and will be used more and more.

    Pointing out illegal power grabs by government officicals is being a patriot and respecting the constitution. If you don’t believe in the constitution then why are you even in america?

  5. It’s time Berger and Abrams did respond. I’m sure they’re moving around unfettered. Now, law-abiding citizens will be illegally detained or arrested under the guise of public safety. If our idiot commissioners are worried about looting, then what do you think will happen when the police begin stopping citizens instead of responding in force when they are really needed? STUPID!

  6. Bashar Al-Assad

    To the above complaining about Warren’s lack of support for a questionably derived curfew; work on your reading comprehension. He’s not opposed to the idea of a curfew; just supporting the notion that local gvt. is expected to follow State law in the process of enacting it.

    to drag out that old quote by some dead guy (benjamin frank-something or other, who knows, i’m public school educated)

    “Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.”

  7. Taxpayer

    Oh Warren, complaining about a curfew when we were under threat of a giant hurricane. Even dodging a bullet, we still got a messy storm, and I expect you to complain about something else soon, like being given crappy treatment on a notoriously crappy airline. I bet you voted for Hillary Clinton.

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