About 200 participants demonstrated on the mauka pedestrian entryway of the Capitol with signs containing messages that included “Open Hawaii Be Akamai” and “Tyranny is nonessential.”
So, do something about it and direct DOJ BARR to put a stop to it.
Sweden, which has drawn attention for putting only mild restrictions in place during the pandemic compared to most other countries, has reported 2,586 deaths and 21,092 confirmed COVID-19 cases as of early Friday.
We need to focus on facts and not fear. They said Florida was going to be just like New York or an “Uber Italy” when it came to hospitalizations and fatalities. This was wrong. It’s time to focus on the facts and follow a safe, smart and step-by-step plan for recovery. pic.twitter.com/tCksZJ05a3— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) May 1, 2020
As Florida prepares to ease a month-long shutdown, Gov. Ron DeSantis delivered a scathing rebuttal of apocalyptic predictions for his state that were breathlessly hyped by the news media and proven wrong during the coronavirus crisis.
““Basically, every death certificate that comes across our desk now has COVID on it,” said a funeral director in Williston Park, N.Y””
(The virus is not going away next week either genius )
380,000 workers in the Alamo City will have lost their jobs
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp announced Thursday that the state’s shelter-in-place order would be lifted for most residents at 11:59 p.m. However, the order will remain in effect for the elderly and “medically fragile” until June 12.
The constitutional rights of Michigan residents were not infringed by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s stay-at-home order in response to the coronavirus outbreak, a court ruled Wednesday. State Attorney General Dana Nessel confirmed the outcome of the case in a statement, FOX 2 of Detroit reported.
Directly above me, men with rifles yelling at us. Some of my colleagues who own bullet proof vests are wearing them. I have never appreciated our Sergeants-at-Arms more than today. #mileg pic.twitter.com/voOZpPYWOs— Senator Dayna Polehanki (@SenPolehanki) April 30, 2020
Protest moves inside Michigan Capitol. Crowd attempts to get onto Hoise floor. Lots of Michigan State Police and House sergeants at arms blocking door. pic.twitter.com/4FNQpimP4W— Rod Meloni (@RodMeloni) April 30, 2020
I hate these people. Hate. HATE!!!!!!!!! https://t.co/4YcazVPfdg— billy eichner (@billyeichner) April 28, 2020