You would never know there was a worldwide coronavirus pandemic if you’re in Atlanta. It’s business as usual at packed nightclubs and lounges in Atlanta.
Club promoters are making money hand over fist as Atlantans who are wary of being restricted to their homes go out for a night on the town.
All of my club promoter friends are doing brisk business at their establishments and venues. It’s almost as if the coronavirus doesn’t exist in the clubs in Atlanta.
No one wears face masks and social distancing is non-existent. It’s actually good to see Black people enjoying themselves and socializing amongst their peers.
The CDC, Dr. Fauci and Bill Gates tried to strike fear into the hearts of people in the Black community, but so far, their fear tactics are not working.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms received glowing reviews for her efforts to contain the coronavirus in her city.
The mayor issued an executive order in June, mandating that people wear masks in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Gov. Brian Kemp, who refused to mandate face masks in the state, filed a federal lawsuit against Bottoms to prevent her from enforcing her mask mandate.
On Friday, the governor extended his order that explicitly bans local governments (including Keisha’s) from enacting mask mandates.
Gov. Kemp believes adults should make their own decisions whether to wear PPE.
A hearing on the matter was delayed after two judges recused themselves from the case.
Calls to the mayor’s office for comment were not returned on Friday.