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Minnesotans Plan To Protest Stay At Home Order Outside Walz’s Mansion


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Kyle Hooten

April 16, 2020

Hundreds of Minnesotans say they’re going to protest Governor Tim Walz’s economic shutdown and stay at home orders outside the executive residence on April 17.

An event called “Liberate Minnesota” has attracted the attention of 2,000 people, 462 of which say they plan to protest from noon until 3PM outside the Governor’s mansion on Friday, according to a Facebook event page. The protest was organized by Michele Even, Don Huizenga, Randy Quick, Marni Hockenberg and Doug Malsom.

Walz does live in the 16,000+ square foot state-owned mansion where the demonstration is set to occur.

“Now is the time to demand Governor Walz and our state legislators end this lock down! Thousands of lives are being destroyed right now. It is not the governor’s place to restrict free movement of Minnesota citizens,” event organizers say.

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A Skinny Old Wise Ass Hopes To Be There.

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Crowds of disgusted and angry Ohioans took to the streets and congregated outside the doors of the State Capitol, where they angrily stood up for the Bill of Rights .

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Minnesotans Stand Up for Freedom

John Hinderaker

April 17, 2020

Today an impressive number of Minnesotans demonstrated outside our governor’s mansion in St. Paul, protesting the extreme shutdown order that has devastated the state. My wife and I attended; I didn’t expect much of a crowd since the demonstration was planned on short notice and didn’t get a lot of publicity. This is what we saw as we drove down Summit Avenue toward the rally:

 

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Wisconsin Sheriff Says He Will Not Enforce Stay-at-Home Order, Cites Constitutional Rights

Wisconsin’s Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling indicated in a statement on Friday he will not enforce the state’s stay-at-home order, which Gov. Tony Evers (D) extended through May 26.

The sheriff provided an update to Racine County citizens on Friday, outlining his position on the enforcement of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ (DHS) public health emergency order.:snip:

 

 

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1 hour ago, Geee said:

Wisconsin Sheriff Says He Will Not Enforce Stay-at-Home Order, Cites Constitutional Rights

Wisconsin’s Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling indicated in a statement on Friday he will not enforce the state’s stay-at-home order, which Gov. Tony Evers (D) extended through May 26.

The sheriff provided an update to Racine County citizens on Friday, outlining his position on the enforcement of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services’ (DHS) public health emergency order.:snip:

 

 

 

The Dam May Be Breaking.

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FED UP: California County That Went For Clinton Protests Lockdown

Amanda Prestigiacomo

Apt. 19 2020

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On Saturday, California residents took to the streets of San Diego County, which went for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016, to protest strict social distancing guidelines, demanding the economy be opened back up.

The protesters held up signs and lined the street as fist-pumping cyclists and honking drivers showed their support as they passed by. Some of the spotted signs included, “open California now,” “all business is essential,” “liberate San Diego,” “no more lockdowns,” “I am so totally over this,” and “a womens [sic] place is in the house or the governor’s house.” There were also American flags and some “Trump 2020” flags in sight.

The protest is one of the many popping up across the nation. In Michigan, for example, thousands of cars hit the state Capitol on Wednesday, beeping and causing gridlock to protest the strict and inconsistent lockdown from Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer. In North Carolina, folks called for the lockdown to be ended, too, where one of the protesters was even arrested for supposedly not maintaining proper “social distancing.” In Texas, we saw folks demanding their county reopen. And a handful of other states have seen anti-lockdown protests, including Minnesota and parts of upstate New York.

California is just the latest in the trend. And it’s easy to see why.

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