I would like to know:
The logic of the science that determines it's OK for 30 strangers to congregate in a liquor store or five strangers in a pot shop, but it's not OK for three members of the same family to be on a boat together.
Why the citizens of Illinois must shelter in-place, but it's OK for the governor's wife to use a public airport to fly to Florida to feed their horses.
Why the governor thinks it's all right for 30 baseball players and staff of 20-30 coaches, trainers, and others, to share a locker room, but it is not all right for three citizens to congregate in a mom-'n-pop-run store.
Why educated people -- who understand math and know that if they are under 60 with no preexisting conditions, are very unlikely to die from coronavirus -- can't congregate in public, while at the same time those who are concerned about contracting the virus can still choose to shelter in-place. Please don't tell me we are concerned about overrunning our underutilized hospitals.
Lastly, why members of the press are not asking our governor any of these questions.