Virginia passes bill to stop drunk driving accidents by taking sober drivers off the road

Virginia Democrats are wasting no time changing the world for the better. They’ve already outlawed mass shootings and are set to heavily restrict gun ownership in the state. Now, they’re tackling an even more pressing issue: auto accidents.

The Virginia legislature has passed a bill to prevent drunk driving accidents by taking sober drivers off the road.

“We’re going to make sure that sober people aren’t driving on the roads. That’s how we’re going to stop drunk people from getting in their cars and killing people,” Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said in a press conference.

Northam and fellow Democrats have taken heat for the plan. Some say that the law will only make it more difficult for sober drivers to get places.

“How the hell am I supposed to get to work?” Ginnie Watts asked rhetorically.

But Northam has fought back.

“Really, only emergency vehicles should be on the road. It’s far to dangerous for anyone except ambulances to drive,” Northam said.