“The Order calls for all persons within the territorial jurisdiction of the city of Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, to wear a mask or a cloth face covering over their nose and mouth”, according to this press release at the official Internet web site of the city of Atlanta. “The Order also extends to individuals inside commercial entities or other buildings or spaces open to the public, outdoor public spaces–wherever it is not feasible to maintain appropriate social distancing from another person not in the same household.”
3104 Georgians have died and I and my family are amongst the 106k who have tested positive for COVID-19. Meanwhile, I have been sued by @GovKemp for a mask mandate. A better use of tax payer money would be to expand testing and contact tracing. #ATLStrongpic.twitter.com/z4hpTrCS1B
“These men and women are doing their very best to put food on the table for their families while local elected officials shutter businesses and undermine economic growth. Just like sending in the @GeorgiaGuard to protect those living in our capital city from crime and violence, I refuse to sit back and watch as disastrous policies threaten the lives and livelihoods of our citizens. We will fight to stop these reckless actions and put people over pandemic politics.”
We will fight to stop these reckless actions and put people over pandemic politics. (4/4)
I have said it before and will say it again: we should not be fighting each other. Rather, we as a people should unite against ineffective and inept leadership and demand for the truth and the facts from the most trusted entities in society pertaining to their knowledge and experience so that we may pave the way towards a better future overall.
Regardless of what readers have opined in comments posted in response to past articles which I have written over the years here at The Gate, I am an independent person — even though I have been accused numerous times of being either a liberal or a conservative. I want to be absolutely clear that I have no affiliation to any political party — I “like” Democrats as much as I “like” Republicans, so you can read between the lines there — and I do not identify myself as either conservative or liberal. I simply believe in attempting to find the best solution to a problem through constructive discussion and debate so that I know all of the issues which are associated with a problem — and then applying common sense to craft the ideal solution to resolve an issue in the most effective and most efficient way possible.