Ohio Residents Troll Police Department with Calls That Their Neighbors Disobey Social Distancing Orders and “Don't Live In Fear”
Since the introduction of quarantine, authorities in all states have also imposed fines for violating stay-at home orders and for being in a public place without a mask, but as expected, the request to snitch on everybody turned into thousands of calls to 911 about violating neighbors.
When the 911 line ceased to cope with the influx of informers, the Department of Police called on the public to report its “observations” to the Department of Health.
After some time, the rescue service did not have the opportunity to receive a call from a person who was really in trouble or was attacked.
Also, Americans began to massively post sarcastic messages on social networks that they should remain in their homes and in fear, and not spend taxes on meaningless attempts to force the police to fine every resident of the state.
Please don't waste my tax dollars calling the police Karen. Just stay inside your home in fear, clutching your pearls, while you watch MSNBC & CNN triggering you into an early grave; k thx.— Sophia Eris (@CrimsonDKnight) May 20, 2020
Starting late May, weakening of stay-at-home orders is expected, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine reported on Tuesday. But he warned that the requirement not to approach each other remains valid until the end of the pandemic.
#Ohio's bars and restaurants are permitted to reopen for dine-in service tomorrow - if they are able to meet safety guidelines to protect staff and customers.— Governor Mike DeWine (@GovMikeDeWine) May 20, 2020
Find the guidelines here: https://t.co/u5jADjbQa4#ResponsibleRestartOhio#StaySafeOhio#InThisTogetherOhio pic.twitter.com/eQKuDA4nEi
POLICE STATE!! Who do you call if you have 'concerns' about the people calling?? WTH— Irish_Eyes (@ironcladdad32) May 19, 2020