As Twitchy reported in late March, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker reversed course and welcomed back single-use plastic bags that had been banned in the state. Even better, the reusable grocery bags that consumers had purchased to replace plastic bags ended up being banned due to fears that they could carry the coronavirus.
On Wednesday evening, Bloomberg sent out one of its little videos showing how similar plastic bag bans that have gone into effect around the country as of the first of the year are being lifted. Grocery workers’ unions also don’t want to touch your filthy reusable bag, and some grocery chains already won’t touch your reusable bag. And Starbucks won’t let you use the reusable plastic cup they pushed on you for months to save the environment.
Hard-won plastic bans across the U.S. are at risk of being overturned amid fears that coronavirus can cling to reusable bags, cups and straws pic.twitter.com/dKpWkFkBlW
— QuickTake by Bloomberg (@QuickTake) April 9, 2020
— John Rigolizzo (@JohnRigolizzo) April 9, 2020
— Nick Couz?️♂️ (@Couz313) April 9, 2020
You have no idea how much I love this. pic.twitter.com/y1vqewdZLV
— Whatevs II (@joesichspach) April 9, 2020
— FirstGen (@FirstGenShooter) April 9, 2020
— pirkster (@pirkster_jax) April 9, 2020
Good. Get those filthy cat lady NPR bags away from my food!
— Dr. Richard "Go To Work" Cranium ?? (@GolfFoxYank) April 9, 2020
Those bans were imposed by idiots.
— Hialeah Gringo (@hialeahgringo) April 9, 2020
Libs have been trying to kill us for decades. Thank god they suck at everything they do.
— Mr. Chameleon (@Mr_Chameleon_) April 9, 2020
Plastic is saving your asses right now.
— Haus (@HausSante) April 9, 2020
People not dying > BS signaling
— ?Is RBG Dead Yet???⚖️? (@IsRBGDeadYet) April 9, 2020
Massachusetts governor bans reusable shopping bags, lifts restrictions on plastic bags https://t.co/sBqyechoF9
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) March 25, 2020
To change your comments display name, click here.