In late May video from Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri went viral of a mass pool party.
The kids were having fun.
Obviously, they’re not concerned about the coronavirus at this popular tourist destination.
The Camden County Sheriff in Missouri published a statement following the media uproar over the pool party.
Sheriff Tony Helms from Camden County told his critics who (breaking ) social distancing is not a crime. And he went on to say his office doesn’t have any ability to enforce.
TRENDING: EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Is Censoring The Gateway Pundit Writer Joe Hoft’s Latest Novel”In God We Trust: Not in Lying Liberal Lunatics”
Obviously, the mainstream media was horrified and outraged with the video. The media warned of a sea of coronavirus cases.
It has been more than two weeks since the Memorial Day Weekend pool party and state officials say there haven’t been any new coronavirus cases among the crowd at the party.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson proceeded on MSNBC to lecture the kids while ignoring the 19 shot inside her own city that weekend.
FOX News said:
There have been no cases of the novel coronavirus among the hundreds who attended pool celebrations over Memorial Day weekend at the Lake of the Ozarks of Missouri and flouted distancing guidelines, a state health official said.
Photographs and videos that revealed hundreds of partygoers motivated health officials at the country to express concerns that the large gatherings would lead to a spike in cases of COVID-19. Those who attended were urged to self-quarantine and have analyzed, while officials at St. Louis County — Lake of the Ozarks is a popular escape for people who reside at St. Louis — later issued a travel advisory.