LA Mayor threatens to turn off power, water at homes where people are gathering in defiance of coronavirus orders

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(Natural News) With bars and nightclubs closed, and restaurants requiring that distanced patrons be muzzled at all times except when food or beverage is entering the mouth, many fed up Los Angeles residents are instead choosing to host dinner parties and other gatherings inside their homes rather than have to deal with all this nonsense. And as you might expect, Mayor Eric Garcetti is deeply upset about the situation, and is now threatening to turn off people’s utilities for defying his and the governor’s Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) orders.

Instead of trying to fine people for such activities as various other police states are doing, Garcetti has indicated that he plans to have utility companies simply shut off power, water, and gas to “offending” homes. Any residence suspected of hosting a house party or other “unacceptable” gathering thus faces the possibility of being turned into a third-world shanty in a matter of minutes.

“While we have already closed all nightclubs and bars, these large house parties have essentially become nightclubs in the hills,” Garcetti whined during a recent news briefing. “These large parties are unsafe and can cost Angelenos their lives.”

Back in late March, Garcetti issued the same threat against residences that held gatherings in defiance of the state’s “stay-at-home” orders. This occurred after the area’s first teenager reportedly died after supposedly testing positive for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

“Your behavior can save a life and take a life. And that life could be yours,” Garcetti fear-mongered at that time.


Anthony Fauci says there is no proof that coronavirus even spreads through aerosols

Garcetti must have missed the memo from Anthony Fauci indicating that nobody really knows whether or not the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) even travels via aerosols, as is popularly believed.

During a recent interview with CNN‘s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Fauci explained that there is no concrete proof of aerosol or airborne transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), which means that everything government tyrants are doing to try to stop its spread is useless.

In order to “prove” that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) spreads the way that he and others continue to claim it does, vigorous, large-scale studies would have to be conducted at a Biosafety Level 3 facility, at the very least.

What this means, of course, is that all the locking down, mask wearing, and social distancing protocols that have been implemented are utterly useless and have absolutely no basis in science.

“As more attention is paid to the virus’s means of transmission as schools start to reopen for the fall semester, Dr. Fauci told his interviewer that the issue of aerosol and airborne transmissions definitely require closer study – although we’re fairly certain that the virus spreads via droplets in the air,” Zero Hedge reports about the interview.

“But to ‘prove’ that the virus transmits via aerosols – i.e. large droplets that linger in the air after a person coughs or sneezes – requires rigorous scientific standards and a Biosafety Level 3 facility.”

Still, Fauci is suggesting that people continue to “keep windows open when possible” as he and his “task force” continue to look into whether or not aerosol transmission of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is even really a thing.

Meanwhile, hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), the one FDA-approved drug that actually does do something, and that Fauci himself admitted 15 years ago does something, is barely even legal, at this point. Almost nobody can access it because the left has so politicized HCQ to the point that much of the country believes it to be dangerous and ineffective, even as they follow government mandates that are based on “fairly certain,” but unproven, assessments of how the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) supposedly spreads.

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