March 29, 2020
You gotta fight for your right to party.
No seriously don’t do that, the cops will just kill you.
These are virus days, buddy, and there ain’t no fun allowed.
Police in New Jersey broke up a house party in which 47 people crammed into a small apartment in violation of the state’s stay-at-home order and social distancing guidelines, the state governor said. The organizer was charged.
“Last night, Ewing Township Police broke up a party with 47 people – including a DJ – crammed into a 550-square foot apartment,” Gov. Phil Murphy said during a press conference Saturday. “The organizer was charged, as they should have been and deserved to be.”
“This is not a game. Stay home. Be smart,” Murphy tweeted, revealing the news. During the press conference, the governor encouraged people to only go out if they need to go to a supermarket or a pharmacy and to remain six feet apart from others.
Murphy – you are not smart!
You have a literal moron face!
It’s just the flu!
What do you think locking people in their houses is going to do to people psychologically, Murphy?
Murphy, do you know what “psychology” is?
Can’t believe I have to say this at all, let alone for the second time. But here we are.
NO CORONA PARTIES. They’re illegal, dangerous, and stupid.
We will crash your party. You will pay a big fine. And we will name & shame you until EVERYONE gets this message into their heads.
— Governor Phil Murphy (@GovMurphy) March 28, 2020
Do you know that the Coronavirus containment system you’re implementing is the largest social experiment in all of human history, and no one has any idea what forcing people to stay in their homes all day is going to do to them?
The Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office is handling the case, according to the governor. Information about the specific charges against the party organizer was not immediately available.
Murphy used the case as an example to show what “not to do” as coronavirus cases continue to increase in the state. New Jersey reported 2,289 new coronavirus cases on Saturday. Cases in the state now total 11,124. So far, 140 have died of coronavirus in the state.
“One hundred and forty invaluable, precious, unexpendable souls who are no longer with us in the Garden State because of this virus,” Murphy said.
No “soul” is “unexpendable.”
And no party should be illegal – except gay meth parties.
People are going to continue to organize large parties in small spaces because of this lockdown.
I’m sure no one wanted to actually cram into a small house. They were just craving human interaction, as humans do, and you can’t prevent this.
The government thinks it is playing Rimworld with our entire society.
And like a game of Rimworld, it is all going to end in insanity, fire and mass death.