Magazine July 6, 2020, Issue

The Week

(Roman Genn)

 What if all the cops come out as trans?

The day before yesterday, going to get a haircut in Alpharetta was akin to Moloch-worship: “Georgia’s experiment with human sacrifice,” The Atlantic called the state’s effort to open up a little bit after the lockdown. Donald Trump’s planned indoor rallies were denounced as a crime against humanity. About five minutes later — as coronavirus cases continued to climb in most of the country — mass gatherings in the tens of thousands took place with the blessing and encouragement of the same scolds who had waxed apocalyptic about reopening the economy in

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