Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was horrified by the rioting and looting he saw on TV last night. Naturally then when he woke up this morning his first course of action was to jump on Twitter and urge law abiding people to avoid going to public parks and beaches that their tax dollars pay for.
With nice weather predicted this weekend, I know groups will be tempted to gather at our parks and beaches. I want to remind everyone that in order to stay safe & continue with our reopening process, we must practice social distancing. If we don’t, we risk another #COVID19 surge.
— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) May 31, 2020
Because he’s very concerned about social distancing. It could spread COVID after all. Unlike the cage full of junkies in Meth Mile where drug addicts are free to openly shoot fentanyl and spread disease all over the city.
— The Kirk Minihane Show (@kirkminshow) May 28, 2020
While he’s urging law abiding, peaceful people to not go to parks that their tax dollars pay for, he hasn’t said a word about this.
#BostonProtest is trending on Twitter, so expect to see thousands of people not practicing social distancing in Roxbury, right around the town when the sun goes down so they can start “peacefully protesting.”
— Jessica Cupcake 🧁🧁 (@trentsch16) May 30, 2020
But Marty isn’t urging any of them to stay home. Nor did he do that on Friday as tens of thousands of Antifa “protesters” crowded together in city streets.
Seems like the only people who have to worry about contracting a virus that almost exclusively kills the elderly are small business owners and law abiding citizens who just want to get back to work.
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