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The lockdown was first implemented here in Puerto Rico on March 15th. First they said “15 Days To Slow The Spread” then it was “30 Days To Slow The Spread” and now somehow 60+ days later it has turned into “Stay lockdown until further notice OR ELSE we will put you in jail.” Seriously?

This is America

This is America, Not communist China or soviet Russia, but the good old USA where we have freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of travel and movement, freedom of assembly and that means most importantly we have the right to speak up and protest against things we don’t believe in. The small business owners have the right to goto work and feed their families just as normal citizens have the right to SELF quarantine and practice social distancing if they are worried about the virus.

Enough is Enough

Listen, all my businesses are online and I have worked from home for years. My income and lifestyle has not been effected in the slightest and in fact we are thriving as people stay home and use social media more often, but that is not the case for average citizens. And if we don’t open the country soon it is only going to get worse. People can’t live on $1200 per month, in NYC where the virus is the worst, you can’t even get a studio apartment for that price not to mention food and other costs of living. And here in Puerto Rico, which is part of the USA if you didn’t know, we still haven’t been issued our FIRST stimulus checks 60 days later. Enough is enough, we need to get back to work or we are not going to have a country to come back to when all of this is over.

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