People’s right to free speech and assembly have to respected. That said -
After Philadelphia help a parade in the middle of 1918 pandemic, the results were bad.
We’ve now had people marching for six straight nights or more pretty much all over the world and while a few wear masks and outdoor transmission rates may not be as high as thought before from this particular virus, it’s safe to say that this isn’t the sort of social distancing we were told we needed to practice to get over this pestilence.
Somebody’s going to look silly afterwards - either the lockdown crowd if nothing happens, or the re-open crowd if we’re back to where we were in late March. Imagine if our healthcare facilities are overwhelmed to where they have to turn patients away.
OTOH, if we don’t see a significant spike, can we go ahead and proceed to concerts and ballgames ?
Why aren’t Democrat governors and mayors arresting those assembling like this? Why all of a sudden is it ok, and In some cases they’re even encouraging this behavior? The mayor of Chicago is a perfect example.
Young and healthy probably will be fine, yeah. But then what about the older people they may be in contact with as well as others with compromised immune system ? Are you sure we’ve got them all sheltered ?
Well, I am not too concerned with what either cons or libs say. I am concerned with either a really bad spike in cases, resulting in our facilities being overwhelmed and many more people dying - or if the opposite is true and we don’t have a spike, I’d like to get back to our normal lives somewhat.