Georgia reopened their economy too soon and now we are all going to pay the price.
As many of you are aware, Georgia this past Friday became one of the first states in the country to partially reopen their economy. Under the new guidelines, restaurants are now able to provide limited dine-in service. Gyms and other businesses have also been allowed to reopen in a controlled capacity.
It has been six weeks since I’ve been able to do a full fledged gym workout, so I decided to take a trip to Georgia to try out one of the reopened gyms. Lifting weights is a very important part of my life, so I felt the trip would be worthwhile.
Not only that, but I wanted to see first hand how the state was handling their economic reopening as we continue to wage war against the invisible coronavirus enemy.
But what I saw was truly shocking.
In just 72 hours since the state’s partial reopening, the increased number of people outside, combined with a reckless lack of social distancing, resulted in the coronavirus mutating in unexpected ways. The virus rapidly spread, infecting 96 percent of Georgia’s population. The mutated infection has unfortunately turned people into zombies. Millions have died.
This may sound hard for people to believe, but this is what has happened. I have the photographs to prove it.
This is what your average Georgia resident looks like now.
Thousands of body bags have been left outside of hospitals.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention building in Atlanta has been overrun.
This man was walking around with a human head still attached to its spinal column.
A man carrying a baseball bat wrapped in barbwire threatened this reporter with great bodily harm.
A group of sheriff deputies told me that I would be shot dead if I did not leave their county within a 24-hour time frame.
Human heads have been placed on spikes.
I witnessed cannibalism.
I feel fortunate to have made it out of the state alive. The terrible things I saw will be with me until the day I die.
All I can say is that it was a catastrophic mistake to reopen Georgia’s economy even in a limited capacity. I blame the foolish policies of Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp for the many horrors I saw. But I blame Donald Trump more than anybody else because he is an orange racist.
I’m now convinced more than ever that we must continue these lockdown measures indefinitely. If we fail to do so, the rest of the country will quickly look like Georgia.
We must keep everyone locked inside their homes until Bill Gates and our greatest allies in Israel develop a coronavirus vaccine. We must also increase our coronavirus testing capacity to accommodate 200 million tests per day before we even begin to consider lifting these lockdowns.
I would urge other state governors to follow the lead of New Jersey Democrat Governor Phil Murphy, who has wisely placed his state under an indefinite lockdown. He foresaw these horrors and took bold action to protect the people of his state. He should be commended for his brilliant forward thinking perspective. He is a true hero of the American people.