Open Post: Hosted By The Grim Reaper Visiting Florida’s Reopened Beaches

April 25, 2020 / Posted by:

Despite coronavirus still being very much a thing, beaches in Jacksonville, Florida reopened up last week and other beaches in Florida have already reopened or are going to this weekend. Well, Florida beach-going messes may soon get a sight of the Grim Reaper as they tell themselves that the sun’s rays kill COVID-19 while sunning their asses. But they may not even blink an eye at that sight because if the Grim Reaper lived in a US state, he’d totally live in Florida.

Attorney Daniel Uhlfelder, who also moonlights as a public space advocate in his hometown, has a long history of feuding with people, including former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz, over beach safety and other environmental issues. To combat this latest wave of dummies, Daniel is taking his advocacy stance one step further, claiming that he will be donning the scary ensemble and appearing at Florida beaches to remind people of the dangers of misinformation from ill-informed government officials.

There hasn’t been much response yet as to what people think of these Grim Reaper sightings. But no doubt countless parents will soon be voicing their concerns over the fear and trauma inflicted upon their children as a result of the sight of this grisly character. And yes, they’ll scream “THINK OF THE CHILDREN” right after giving their child a refreshing Lysol juice box.

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