New York has more COVID19 deaths than any other states, they also have some of the most restrictive rules in place to keep their citizens in line during their lockdown orders. New York City’s radical mayor, Comrade Bill de Blasio has shamelessly asked neighbors to snitch on neighbors for standing closer than 6 feet apart.
Meanwhile, Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo allowed patients who tested positive for COVID19 to be placed in nursing homes while allowing nursing home workers who tested positive for COVID19 to care for patients.
Yesterday, Mayor Bill de Blasio, threatened beachgoers in New York that he would erect a fence around New York City beaches to prevent people from breaking social distancing rules while enjoying the outdoors with family and friends.
Mayor de Blasio threatened Sunday to have authorities set up fences at beaches if New Yorkers ignore social-distancing guidelines at the city’s sandy shores.
“You want to walk along the beach or sit on the beach for a while — fine,” Hizzoner said at a press conference. “No swimming, no parties, no sports, no gatherings.
“If people don’t get it right, if we start to see a lot of violation of those rules, up will come the fences closing off those beaches,” he continued. “No one wants that, but we’re ready to do it if that’s what it takes to keep people safe.”
Daily Mail reports – Today, in advance of Memorial Day weekend, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down on his threats to the minions under his control, warning anyone who dares to swim in the water, ‘they’ll be taken right out’.
During his press briefing, de Blasio said New Yorkers are not allowed to swim, barbecue, or hold large gatherings while visiting the city’s beaches.
‘If you want to walk on the beach, fine enjoy that. But no swimming, no lifeguards, no parties, no barbecues, no sports,’ de Blasio said Monday.
‘It’s just open space that you can walk on, take it in, and then get back home.’
In addition to officers patrolling the beaches, de Blasio said if people don’t follow the rules, he will be forced to block off all of the entrances to the beaches.