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Huntington Beach, CA is going offfff right now. Damn pic.twitter.com/CGfHtcKh31
— Yellow Red Sparks 🌕 (@yellowredsparks) May 1, 2020
Pretty huge protest at Huntington Beach, California over governor shutting down Cali beaches. pic.twitter.com/GYKWvVQDvs
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) May 2, 2020
Protesters rally in Orange County to denounce Newsom’s beach closure
By Thomas Curwen, LA Times, May 2, 2020
WATCH: Large crowds gathered in Huntington Beach to protest the closure of Orange County beaches — which Gov. Gavin Newsom closed because of large crowds at area beaches. https://t.co/FuksIg1cmJ pic.twitter.com/QInDR5Dt80
— NBC 7 San Diego (@nbcsandiego) May 1, 2020
On the seventh Saturday of the state’s stay-at-home order, the division over mandatory closures widened, and the flashpoint in Southern California was once again the beaches of Orange County.
Surfers hopped fences. Walkers strolled with their dogs, and parking lots became impromptu Chautauquas to debate policy and voice opinion.
God Bless the Huntington Beach Protestors!
Standing up for FREEDOM!
— Joey Saladino (@JoeySalads) May 1, 2020
The actions are in defiance of the orders issued Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom calling for a “hard close” of all state and local beaches, a mandate that singled out the sandy stretches of Orange County for last week’s crowds who were seeking relief from an early heatwave.
In a letter to the Orange County Board of Supervisors, the governor’s office of emergency services stated that the “high concentration of beach visitors in close proximity … threaten the health of both beach visitors and community members.”
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