I guess the thing is that being a ticketed event there were certain rules you must follow to comply with your admission to the event. By default if you fail your comply you're trespassing if you refuse to leave.Unless there’s some backstory, like she had done something criminal prior to the video, or had some felony warrants, that was way over the top. I’m usually on the side of the cops in most cases, but that was ridiculous.
If your breathing is that difficult that you can't breathe through a cloth mask, I have to wonder how it is you even function.Actually good sir it's called central pontine mylenosis...f turd.
Need me to go into that for you...
I read the entire thread and responded where I saw fit.
So smart guy..witty one. Brain dead I'm reading the whole thing how stupid are you
Otherwise I like reading your stuff.
How? The School District wasn't the one who removed her from the stadium. Nor are they the ones that failed to post and explain numerous times that masks and social distancing are required as part of admission to the game. Nor are they the ones who resisted arrest when she failed to leave when she decided to not comply with terms of admission.This is the future in America. We will see more and more trampling on peoples rights because "safety". Bankrupt the school district with a lawsuit make an example that this bull**** is not acceptable.
A concert hall, sports venue, or theater can have whatever rules they want for admission. Many don't allow outside food or drinks. Some don't allow weapons. Some don't allow noisemakers. Some don't allow public drunkenness. Some don't allow interfering with other guests view of the stage/field/screen, etc.A state mandate is not a law. We are living under communist rule and it’s bankrupting us Ohioans and it is taking away our livelihoods.
I see you enjoy globohomo. SMH.A concert hall, sports venue, or theater can have whatever rules they want for admission. Many don't allow outside food or drinks. Some don't allow weapons. Some don't allow noisemakers. Some don't allow public drunkenness. Some don't allow interfering with other guests view of the stage/field/screen, etc.
You fail to comply with their rules, your 'right' to be there goes away. A ticket is a revocable conditional license.
Once it's revoked, you're trespassing.
And besides all of that... it's strange how the narrative changed from "just comply, you won't die" and "Blue Lives Matter".