Now why would someone equate something so far out in left field which has no forbearance to the situation (HINT: REPUBLICAN THINKING) ?

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https://www.huffpost.com/entry/stay-at-home-orders-are-not-japanese-american-concentration-camps_n_5ebd2ba3c5b60cfcd67f221e
Wisconsin Judge Equates Stay-At-Home Order To Japanese American Concentration Camps

Justice Rebecca Bradley, appointed by former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), cited the widely condemned 1944 U. S. Supreme Court ruling in Korematsu v. U. S., which at the time upheld forcing Japanese Americans into concentration camps and rejected that it was based on racial prejudice. Unlike COVID-19 restrictions designed to protect public health, the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II was based on racism, xenophobia and false assumptions. After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, Japanese Americans were falsely accused of harboring loyalties for Japan or being spies. President Franklin D. Roosevelt then ordered the mass removal and detention of more than 100,000 Japanese Americans, often separating families — part of a long, racist history of Asian Americans having their Americanness challenged
Now why would someone equate something so far out in left field which has no forbearance to the situation (HINT: REPUBLICAN THINKING) ?
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