Citizens in Oregon, were outraged by the draconian orders of Democratic Gov. Kate Brown, on the confinement decreed to prevent the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus.

Brown called on residents to turn in their neighbors who did not comply with her orders by calling the police. The penalties could reach 30 days in jail and a $1,250 fine, Townhall reported on Nov. 23.

The limit of people in each house should be six, and belonging to a maximum of two families. 

The Republicans denounced the order as a violation of our privacy as the state police and local law enforcement agencies are being ordered to investigate and criminally charge Oregonians based on the number of people they invite into their homes …”

 They added, “We cannot and will not support any attempt by any police agency to violate the sacred space of any Oregonian’s home,” Townhall quoted. 

Other users of social networks also expressed their protests. 

“Oregon governor warns violators of coronavirus ‘freeze’ could face jail, hefty fines,” wrote spiritual adviser @LifeCoachHal.

Adding: “Welcome to Nazi Germany, fellow Americans!”

Another user considered the order to be draconian and typical of an elite ruler. 

“Lockdown draconian laws will continue…elite rulers wish…The Hill: Oregon governor warns violators of coronavirus ‘freeze’ could face jail, hefty fines,” tweeted @Deego16.

For the user @bambiesmiles that order from Brown was not right. 

“This just aint right. RISE UP!! Oregon governor warns violators of coronavirus ‘freeze’ could face jail, hefty fines,” considered the user @bambiesmiles.

The provisions by Brown are in diametrical contrast to the self-care recommendations of South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, who gave courage to celebrate as a family during Thanksgiving.

Instead of forcing families into a lockdown, she turned to personal responsibility in preventing the CCP Virus, and that is what she recommended to citizens.

“Some states across the country are imposing restrictions on Thanksgiving celebrations. Some in the media are even looking ahead and planning to cancel Christmas,” Noem tweeted.

“I’ll continue to encourage each and every one of you to exercise personal responsibility and make smart choices,” Noem added.