CBS News reports:
More than 200 people in Huntington Beach, Calif., on Friday staged a protest over the state’s stay-at-home order, which was put in place by Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The protest was one of a number of demonstrations that took place across the country this week as more and more Americans clamor for a reopening of the U.S. economy, despite warnings from public health experts that reopening parts of the country too early could lead to a resurgence of cases.
Like other demonstrations across the country, some protestors struck a partisan tone and waved “Trump 2020” flags. Police noted that they understood “emotions are high and many are frustrated with the current Executive Order.” No arrests were made at the protest, police said.
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https://t.co/KL0MUdVzHL Coronavirus is ‘a lie’: Hundreds gather in California to protest stay-at-home orders: Hundreds gather in Huntington Beach, California, to protest stay-at-home orders ABC news pic.twitter.com/koH5K4BMrv
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— Evan Kirstel #StayHome #RemoteWork (@evankirstel) April 18, 2020
— Voice of OC (@VoiceofOC) April 18, 2020
— Corbin Carson (@CorbinCarson) April 17, 2020
This video from the Huntington Beach protest is UNREAL
Sign says “Covid-19 is a lie” meanwhile they’re both wearing masks pic.twitter.com/QI4pQKOyg4
— Chris Brooklier (@ChrisBrooklier) April 18, 2020