The American people are fighting back. They are fed up of the tyrannical Democrats, and rightfully so. They want their freedom back. They want their jobs back. They want their livelihoods back. However, protests are not good enough. The Democrats must pay a big price for this house arrest at the ballot box in November. Their is simply no other choice. #GOP2020! #Freedom!
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Pelosi, Schumer, Biden & all their leftwing friends have routinely been putting petty politics ahead of what's best for the American people! pic.twitter.com/chhZTIrr6X
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 1, 2020
SHUTDOWN UNREST: From CA To NY, Thousands Across Nation Turn Out For Lockdown Protests
By Daily Wire, May 2, 2020
Well over a month into coronavirus shutdown mode, unrest bubbled to the surface in states across the nation on Friday. From New York to California, thousands gathered in protest, demanding an end to draconian lockdown measures.
An estimated 500-plus protesters gathered in Huntington Beach, California on Friday, rejecting Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom’s coronavirus measures, including his order to close all public beaches in Orange County.
“The city itself has also made it clear it will be fighting back against the governor’s order,” The Wrap reported Friday. “During an emergency meeting late on Thursday, the Huntington Beach City Council voted to seek an injunction against Newsom’s order.”
Huntington Beach lockdown protest was HUGE on Friday. pic.twitter.com/pdoYmJchS2
— Amanda (@AmandaPresto) May 2, 2020
Nearby, hundreds gathered in San Diego to protest the lockdown, too. There was a mixture of mask-wearing and non-mask-wearing protesters, holding signs like “Look Ma No Mask,” “All Jobs Are Essential,” and “Re-Open California”
Great turnout! pic.twitter.com/Q5WsY5DUrK
— Justin Hart (@justin_hart) May 1, 2020
Some of the protests carried their signs on foot, others took a cue from Michigan’s “operation gridlock” protest earlier this month and used their vehicles to show their dissent of lockdown measures.
4/ we stayed on public property and marched across Union street. Here’s a look at the crowd as they passed me. pic.twitter.com/YhJq6W0cfw
— Justin Hart (@justin_hart) May 2, 2020
Protests hit Chicago, as well: “A group of protesters gathered in Chicago’s loop Friday to call on Gov. J.B. Pritzker, a Democrat, to come up with a plan to reopen the state’s economy,” Fox News reported Friday. “Several hundred gathered outside the Thompson Center, while counter-protesters drove by in their cars calling for the state to remain shut down.”
— Chicago MAGA Meetup (@MAGAMU312) May 1, 2020
Hundreds more gathered at the state’s Capitol in Springfield, holding “Freedom over fear,” “Fire Pritzker,” and “I don’t give a damn how you do it in Chicago” signs, Fox reported.
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