A lot of times for some reason the right-wing extremists like to compare anyone even remotely liberal to the Nazis and immediately claim liberals want to take away all their rights. This species can often be found in the Politics stream, which is their natural habitat. They also enjoy making broad-sweeping generalisations and calling people names. When hungry they accuse all liberals of name calling while insisting that all liberals are "absolute morons" but when tired they tend to call "the dems" snowflakes. When ready to mate, they call things a "liberal conspiracy", but when in the presence of other alpha males they say "no homo, man" afterwards in a sound frequency that can only be heard by other right-wing extremists. This species is often confused even amongst members of the species with the respectful conservative. The key difference between these two species is that while the right-wing extremist constantly calls people names and just says they're wrong, the respectful conservative does not and instead has an actual debate. The respectful conservative is considered an endangered species, as it's main predator, the FOX News, has recently adapted to better hunt its prey.
I am of the belief that we should be kind to others, if only because we would want them to be kind to us, regardless of if there is some divine force that tells us to. Many animals have morality, though in a limited sense, and don't have religions as far as we know (Source: http://blogs.reuters.com/faithworld/2009/06/19/do-animals-have-moral-codes-well-up-to-a-point/). Additionally, Albert Einstein didn't believe in a singular God, " I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly." Also, he said, "A man's ethical behavior should be based effectually on sympathy, education, and social ties and needs; no religious basis is necessary. Man would indeed be in a poor way if he had to be restrained by fear of punishment and hope of reward after death."(Source: https://www.learnreligions.com/albert-einstein-quotations-249858).
Yes because many people recognize that politicians are notoriously self-serving and don’t really care about the people for the most part and that it is a better idea to stay inside if possible. Also, with symptoms taking a while to develop we may see a larger number of cases in the coming weeks due to reopening.