Skip to comments.US Most Populous County Extends Stay At Home Order 3 Months
Posted on 05/13/2020 3:08:35 PM PDT by Zenyatta
Los Angeles County officials will likely extend the stay-at-home orders for three months, according to Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer.
The story: Speaking at a Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, Ferrer said that with all certainty the stay-at-home orders will remain in place for the next three months, several days after they were expected to expire on Friday.
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I somehow doubt it.
The order is not likely to outlast the popular rejection of it.
Stupid is like a fine whine, er, wine ... the older it is the stupider it becomes.
The residents in LA will bend over and gladly up the kazoo.
This will be the most flouted government dictate ever recorded.
Citizens: Yeah, yeah, yeah, whatever.
Round up illegals, homeless, poor... and have them fill out absentee ballots for Democrats in November!
I sure hope so. People have just got to say, yeah? Try and make me...
While they accept free $ generated by the states that said,”We are opening up”
Must have been your timing. Not jammed but busy when I checked.
Oh no, this means the celebrities will need to shelter in gated communities for 3 more months and occupy their time by virtue signaling on social media.
Vote in democrats , get stupid prizes.
“This will be the most flouted government dictate ever recorded.”
It already is.
“Los Angeles, Los Angeles”
I find it odd that a half hour outside LA County is the city of Corona, California.
Danny always sees what he wants to see. Lockdowns are great and bring unlimited blessings. Freedom is slavery and misery.
I don’t know what traffic normally looks like there. It’s 3:22pm. I’d think they would already have some rush hour traffic.
My vision of Traffic in LA is from LA Story where Steve Martin and Marilou Henner are trying to load the pistol. LOL because it’s first day of Spring, Open Season on the LA Freeways!!!
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