Monday, June 01, 2020

Kansas City Doc Rex Seyz Protesters Should Keep Social Distancing

City Hall offers a fanciful suggestion as the public has pretty much abandoned fear or concern over the ongoing pandemic . . . Meanwhile, health officials and some denizens of the MSM warn of the ongoing threat . . . Read more:

KC health community encourages social distancing while protesting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After a weekend of tense protests around Kansas City, area health experts worry about the lack of social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. "People need to be protesting the racial injustices and inequalities that are going on," said Dr. Rex Archer, director of the Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

This guy is a total Bozo.

Anonymous said...


This idiot talks about social distancing after riots destroyed cities nationwide?? Is this MORON for real?

Anonymous said...

Is this some kind of sick joke? This guy should have retired in 2002.

Anonymous said...

The covid crisis is over for the left. They have a new crisis!

Anonymous said...

A little late, clown face.

Anonymous said...

Crazy man came out from hiding long enough to tell people they should still be social distancing? That’s laughable, he apparently missed the dimwit memo saying they no longer care about the Kung fu flu and have moved onto rioting and looting to destroy the nation.

Anonymous said...

Goddamn you people are fucking weird

Anonymous said...


CNN last week, "How are we going to stop these sunbathers on California beaches?!!!" CNN this week, "Masses in the streets walking arm in arm. Good for them."

Anonymous said...

That’s the Chinese news network for ya

Anonymous said...

This guy might just have the sweetest gig in town.

Just occassionally repeat whatever the talking heads have to say and fade back into the background.

Anonymous said...

Notice the social distancing in the photo just beneath this article. Those bozos are at least 6" away from each other. Q is maskless. Rules are for other people.