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Despite the pushback from many politicians, the American economy is reopening, whether they like it or not, according to the Daily Caller.

As a result of the shutdown, nearly 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment and is projected to lead up to 75,000 “deaths of despair,” which include drug overdoses and suicides.

Americans are desperate to regain their freedom, and some say it’s starting to be apparent.

Democratic California Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan — which was to have all of the beaches and state parks closed — was leaked, leading to the gathering of hundreds to protest the order.

Other parts of California have already eased up on the orders and have begun to return to normalcy.

After an adviser to Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam stated that Virginia could be closed for business for as many as two years, the state government quickly disavowed the remarks, and as it turns out, the state is now set to reopen within a week.

Restaurants, salons, and other non-essential businesses will begin to open the week of May 10.

Shelley Luther was jailed in Texas after defying her state’s strict orders, but Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott decriminalized social distancing violations.



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“Throwing Texans in jail whose biz’s shut down through no fault of their own is wrong,” Abbott said.

The Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York (NYCPBA) spoke on defying coronavirus restrictions.

“The NYPD needs to get cops out of the social distancing enforcement business altogether,” PBA President Patrick Lynch said in a statement. “The cowards who run this city have given us nothing but vague guidelines and mixed messages, leaving the cops on the street corners to fend for ourselves.”

More from Daily Caller:

The Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York (NYCPBA), a union which represents New York Police Officers, also came out against enforcing coronavirus restrictions this week after a video surfaced showed NYPD officers violently apprehending a citizen who allegedly violated social distancing guidelines.

“The NYPD needs to get cops out of the social distancing enforcement business altogether,” PBA President Patrick Lynch said in a statement. “The cowards who run this city have given us nothing but vague guidelines and mixed messages, leaving the cops on the street corners to fend for ourselves.”

With Americans sick of living under coronavirus restrictions, and law enforcement becoming increasingly sick of enforcing said restrictions, it’s not hard to see which way the wind is blowing. The coronavirus shutdowns are coming to an end, whether politicians like it or not.

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