At NJ.com, Milton Hinton takes issue with the reasoning (I use the term loosely) of the “reopen” protestors. A nugget (emphasis added):
When most of us speak of “freedom,” it is related to our personal independence and liberty as described in the Constitution. But there is a growing number who define their own “freedom” as having absolutely no constraint in their choices or actions. That is where the concept becomes dangerous, and leads Americans into becoming zealots who roam and patrol the streets. When those armed persons descend on state capitols demanding freedom, what they mean is removing the safety precautions that help protect all of us us from COVID-19.
In case you missed it in history class (do they still teach history classes?), here are the other four freedoms.