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Rioting, Looting, and Arson Is Fine, But Not Wearing a Mask Makes You A Domestic Terrorist

Rioting, Looting, and Arson Is Fine, But Not Wearing a Mask Makes You A Domestic Terrorist

‘If it were up to me, anybody not wearing a mask when they are out in public would be arrested,’ Dr. Muntu Davis said.

We have all seen the marches, arson, looting, and attacks on conservatives in large cities on both coasts, yet never once did their public health officials say this was a problem, yet now if you walk out in public without a mask, that should be an arrestable offense.

The health officer of Los Angeles County said that those who don’t wear masks in public in response to the coronavirus pandemic are guilty of an “act of domestic terrorism,” the Los Angeles Daily News reported.

What are the details?

“If it were up to me, anybody not wearing a mask when they are out in public would be arrested,” Dr. Muntu Davis said last week, according to the paper. “That’s an act of domestic terrorism and should be treated like one.”

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Davis has been the county health officer since 2018.

Amazingly, looking over his history of tweets and posts, there is not one word from him over BLM riots, the celebrations on election night. We see it as usual from the Left, claiming it is an outrageous offense not to do as they demand unless it is for what they see as a better good, riot, burn buildings, shoot counter-protestors while unmasked, that is just fine.

The health officer of Los Angeles County said that those who don’t wear masks in public in response to the coronavirus pandemic are guilty of an “act of domestic terrorism,” the Los Angeles Daily News reported.

“If it were up to me, anybody not wearing a mask when they are out in public would be arrested,” Dr. Muntu Davis said last week, according to the paper. “That’s an act of domestic terrorism and should be treated like one.”

Davis has been the county health officer since 2018.

Davis’ declaration came as county public health officials have been faced with “dramatically increased rates of transmission and potentially exponential growths of deaths in the coming weeks” as ” hospital rooms fill up again and depleted hospital staffs scramble to keep up,” the Daily News noted.

The paper also said health officials worry that such resources could be overwhelmed across the county as more people ignore public health guidelines.

The health officer of Los Angeles County said that those who don’t wear masks in public in response to the coronavirus pandemic are guilty of an “act of domestic terrorism,” the Los Angeles Daily News reported.

“If it were up to me, anybody not wearing a mask when they are out in public would be arrested,” Dr. Muntu Davis said last week, according to the paper. “That’s an act of domestic terrorism and should be treated like one.”

Davis has been the county health officer since 2018.

Davis’ declaration came as county public health officials have been faced with “dramatically increased rates of transmission and potentially exponential growths of deaths in the coming weeks” as ” hospital rooms fill up again and depleted hospital staffs scramble to keep up,” the Daily News noted.

The paper also said health officials worry that such resources could be overwhelmed across the county as more people ignore public health guidelines.

“Limiting certain activity that can easily result in increased cases like outdoor dining at restaurants is done to try to get our case rates lower so we can move to a less restricted tier and open more businesses,” Davis added, according to the Daily News. “We know what we have to do, but not enough people are doing it.”

Last week the supervisors in LA County voted to ban all outdoor dining, then when their votes were done, they all went and ate outdoors. One can hardly make up something like this, yet these leaders who make the rules seem to think they are immune from what they are demanding others adhere to.

Here is a list of their latest rules for the people in their county:

The county also issued a new health order that went into effect Monday, saying “residents are advised to stay home as much as possible and always wear a face covering over their nose and mouth when they are outside their household and around others.”

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NEW RULES

The new order also included the following changes to the “existing Health Officer Order”:

  • Gatherings: All public and private gatherings with individuals not in your household are prohibited, except for faith-based services and protests, which are constitutionally protected rights.
  • Occupancy limits at various businesses; all individuals at these sites are required to wear face coverings and keep at least 6 feet of distance:
    • Essential retail – 35% maximum occupancy
    • Non-essential retail (includes indoor malls) – 20% maximum occupancy
    • Personal care services – 20% maximum occupancy
    • Libraries – 20% maximum occupancy
    • Fitness centers operating outdoors – 50% maximum occupancy
    • Museums galleries, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens operating outdoors – 50% maximum occupancy
    • Mini-golf, batting cages, go-kart racing operating outdoors – 50% maximum occupancy
  • Outdoor recreation activities all which require face coverings (except for swimming) and distancing:
    • Beaches, trails, and parks remain open; gatherings at these sites with members outside your household are prohibited.
    • Golf courses, tennis courts, pickleball, archery ranges, skate parks, bike parks, and community gardens remain open for individuals or members of a single household. Pools that serve more than one household may open only for regulated lap swimming with one person per lane.
    • Drive-in movies/events/car parades are permitted provided occupants in each car are members of one household.
  • Schools:
    • All schools and day camps remain open, adhering to re-opening protocols. K-12 Schools and Day Camps with an outbreak (3 cases or more over 14 days) should close for 14 days.
  • Closed non-essential businesses/activities:
    • Playgrounds (except for playgrounds at childcare and schools)
    • Cardrooms

After many have experience the crushing oppression that these government officials are taking, dictating we give up rights in the name of “Public Safety,” being attacked if you dare question where they are getting their data from, it is hardly surprising that as we close in on a year of this people are starting to tire of this; resistance is growing.

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About The Author

Timothy Benton

Student of history, a journalist for the last 2 years. Specialize in Middle East History, more specifically modern history with the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Also, a political commentator has been a lifetime fan of politics.

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