Venice Skate Park Buried in Sand on Orders of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Apr. 20, 2020

No sunshine, vitamin D, or fresh air allowed, citizens!

Get back in your homes and close your windows!



From FOX 11 LA, "Los Angeles fills Venice Skate Park with sand to discourage prohibited gatherings":
Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation crews poured sand into the skate park on Thursday to deter large gatherings of people during the Safer at Home Orders.

"We've had continuous violators ... and we want them to stop," Rose Watson, a spokesperson for RAP, told City News Service. "We want them to follow the orders because the skate parks are closed until further notice. It's for the health and wellness of all L.A. residents."

Los Angeles city parks have been all but closed since mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, and Mayor Eric Garcetti even temporarily closed the open-space, grassy areas of the parks on Easter Sunday.

Among the closures are sports and recreation facilities, including golf courses, park trails, tennis courts, skate parks and more.
Remember how the government told us all months ago masks were useless for healthy people then turned around one day and admitting that was all a lie and mandated us to all wear them?

I'm going to predict right now that's going to happen next with these "stay at home orders" mandating people not leave their houses considering there's a wealth of evidence suggesting being outside in the sun and getting vitamin D actually helps prevent respiratory diseases.



Florida on Friday began reopening their public beaches with social distancing restrictions and prohibitions on gatherings of over 50 people.


We'll find out soon whether Armageddon befalls them.

Incidentally, some young folks at another skate park apparently cleared out the sand and started biking and skating again!



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