You won’t believe this Richland news footage from 1984

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah aired news footage from Richland, Michigan on the seatbelt warrant in 1984.

Trigger Warning: The video below covers some hot political topics. On Monday, September 13, a video went viral of Trevor Noah talking about the recent vaccine term announced by President Joe Biden.

President Biden calls for a 1970 law to require all federal employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and requires all employers with 100 or more employees to have a vaccination policy. Meanwhile, Republican lawmakers promise to fight back.

Noah points out that the outrage over a federal mandate is nothing new. He takes the seat belt law as an example. It wasn’t that long ago that we didn’t legally have to wear our seat belts. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the seat belt law has saved an estimated 374,196 lives. However, some people were beside themselves when told they would be ticketed for not wearing their seat belts in the front of a moving vehicle. In the video below, about 7 minutes away, there is footage from NBC Nightly News filmed in Richland on February 4, 1984. Asked about a seat belt order in Richland, a man said, “I’m going to have to. detour through town to get to Kalamazoo if they pass the seat belt ordinance. ”After being ticketed for not wearing a seat belt, a Florida man said,“ He didn’t there is more freedom. If you don’t want to wear it, it’s your choice. “

Regardless of how you feel about the vaccine’s mandate, it’s an interesting time capsule. It’s funny to see the interior of a Richland restaurant in 1984.

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