CA protesters gather to combat racism, the complete opposite of social distancing

A group in California has reportedly gone outside to march in unity against the potential racism against Chinese people during the coronavirus pandemic. This took place in late February, before the coronavirus turned into a massive scale issue. 

However, despite the fact that there's not really any noticeable racism happening, except for Democratic figures saying the term "Wuhan virus" and variables of it, are racist - there hasn't been any known actual racist incidents reported.

None that I am aware of, at this time.

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However, this group decided to protest and march against racism, a racism no one seems to see happening, so I am not sure what's going on. American's are blaming the Chinese government for not acting fast enough, or being honest with us, and containing this better. No one is actually mad at Chinese people, so anyone who says that could be exaggerating themselves - or they're actually racist.

If you're like me, then you're probably wondering why the group isn't staying home and social distancing like we're supposed to.

Congregating in crowds is exactly what helps speed the spread of coronavirus, so this group is doing the country a disservice by gathering in a large crowd like this.

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It's bad, but not as bad as the spring breakers in Florida who prove that the current generation of college students could be the worst group on the planet right now.

Here's the group on their protest to get woke and fight racism, despite an ongoing pandemic where people are getting sick.


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