All across the country people have been told to practice this idea of "social distancing" to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Some areas have been stricter than others and are issuing fines for violating those practices.
But how far is too far?
How about dumping 37 tons of sand into a skate park in San Clemente, CA to prevent people from using it? This same skate park was built off of the money from a nonprofit organization and not by the state which had closed its parks completely since the beginning of April.
The question must be asked again, "How far is too far?"
At what point are you telling the people that you govern that they are not allowed to make choices on their own? At what point do the restriction and outright removal of civil liberties boil over to the point of public frustration?
This is a bridge too far and they know it.