The people are fighting back. Gov. Newsom will NOT get the billions he’s demanding from the Feds to balance our bankrupt State, but he needs to keep it closed as long as possible so revenues go down, poverty goes up and dependence on the government is the only way to survive.
Organically, people have come together to create
June 1st as Back to Work Day in Los Angeles
You can organize the same citizen revolt in your area! Just as Tulare County told the Guv to mind his own business — they will open without his permission — businesses and workers in L.A. have given the Guv till May 31 to open the County. If he doesn’t, the people will do it. Remember, churches are being re-opened on May 31, without Newsom’s permission. Permission…?! That’s found in the 1st Amendment!
Join this effort and get to work in Los Angeles & everywhere else in California on June 1st. Citizen activists are calling for a countywide Back to Work Day in light of the L.A. County Board of Supervisors’ refusal to acknowledge emerging realities (like the absurdly low health risk of the virus to the vast majority of the general public.) Their insistence on picking winners and losers among the County’s businesses is leading to skyrocketing numbers of permanent business closures, record unemployment filings and a cascade of other consequences leading to the destruction of our economy. It’s time for businesses to open up in a safe and responsible way and get back to work.
During the course of the lockdown, many businesses have been allowed to operate, while others have been arbitrarily forced to stay closed indefinitely. It is grossly unfair — and the discrimination hits our minority-owned small businesses the hardest.
It’s time for this to end on Back to Work Day, June 1st
A week from Monday, we are encouraging all companies to resume operations, while adopting the health and safety measures recommended by the state and the CDC — the same protections that have been effective among the lucky few companies allowed to be open and operating during this lockdown period.
The economy-destroying policies put in place by the Board and the Mayor are in no way commensurate with the actual nature of the risk of the virus, and rather than save Los Angeles, they are killing this great city. “Back To Work Day” aims to stop the hemorrhaging, and will benefit these businesses, their patrons, the entire supply chain, the city, the county, the state, and because of the relevance of Los Angeles to the culture and economy of the United States, the nation as a whole.
For more information, contact us at 213-788-2189, or please visit our website OpenLABusinessNow.com