You need to realize Covid is gonna be around forever all your doing by supporting these bans on businesses (which shouldnt be aloud in the first place) is destroying the economy. I agree people should wear mask that being said if people wish to be idiots and not wear them that should be their choice. Stop giving the government so much power it's stupid we all know that they'll abuse that power yet people like you that support these bans on businesses and forcing people to wear mask act like your more morally right. Do you know how much the GDP collapsed in USA because of covid? (33%) More people across the world are gonna end up dead to starvation then covid itself. Were already starting to see the breadlines in big AMERICAN cities form.
The business closings were suppose and said to only be for at most a month but now here we are 4 months later with radical politicians trying to bankrupt small businesses while supporting big corporations like Walmart, Sam's Club, etc. Which by the way if you can shop in Walmart perfectly fine and stand in line there then you should be able to go vote in person this november.
I never said I supported "bans on businesses", and that's not even what I was talking about in my post. Restaurants in my city were allowed to stay open as long as they weren't providing dine in services. I even mentioned how restaurants haven't needed to actually comply with that regulation anyway... just go on twitter and call the mayor a tyrant, leave your doors open, and rake in the cash from making a dumb political statement. If I had to bet these places are probably even doing better because no one was interested in their garbage diner food before all this went down, now you can't even park in their lots its so packed.
I have yet to see it meaningfully illustrated why any COVID restrictions that the government is enforcing are more authoritarian than the powers the USG already has, or even that COVID related regulations are new powers. I guess this idea makes more sense when people believe the US is some magic freedom land though.
Since you brought it up I think the whole "if you can go buy groceries you can go to vote in person" is just disingenuous, and this is coming from someone who would vote in person if they were able to (my inability to vote in person is unrelated to covid). I imagine most people concerned enough about the virus to want to mail-in vote would also prefer to not go to the store and buy groceries... but its not like you can just stop buying food, kinda need to eat.
edit: just noticed your breitbart citation. hope that was an accident lol.