Kentucky Mayor Lets Citizens Have It In Facebook Post In Warning To Stay Home: ‘Listen Up Dipshits’
Kentucky Mayor Gabe Brown issued a profane warning for residents to stay home amid coronavirus.
“Listen up dipshits and sensible people. I might not have the best bedside manor. I might not put you at ease like the Governor does, but I don’t care. You need to realize that this is a serious ordeal. In fact, it’s a big f**cking deal. Stay at home.
I didn’t give you information to induce panic. I gave you information, so that you’d be informed.
Maybe, just maybe, I am privy to information that you aren’t. I’m sorry for being the gossiping Mayor.
I’m tired of Covid-19 conference calls. I take 3 a day, plus one extra on the weekend with Kenton County. If you don’t like what I’m telling you, then go buy some toilet paper.
I pray every night that the State, County and region that I love with all of my heart will stop doing nonsensical things. Treat this seriously. If you don’t, then screw you (f#ck you is what I want to say, but I can’t).
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This will pass. Take it seriously. It is here. Act like you have the virus and don’t spread it to other people. I have no doubt that it hasn’t already been here, but testing had been limited. More cases are coming. If you ignore this problem, the worst thing that could happen is that your mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, aunts, uncles could die.
Be responsible. If you don’t, then screw you.
Mayor Gabe Brown”
A Kentucky mayor resorted to profanity to get his warning on the coronavirus across to constituents.
Walton Mayor Gabe Brown posted a message of warning to residents on a Facebook group page Monday, asserting their families may die from COVID-19 if they don’t practice social distancing.
The Facebook post has since been shared more than 2,500 times and has gained more than 3,000 positive reactions.
More than 490,000 people have tested positive for the coronavirus globally. Of those, at least 22,000 have died from it, and more than 118,000 have recovered. The United States has seen at least 69,000 confirmed cases, with more than 1,000 deaths and 619 reported recoveries. More