In a number of U.S. cities have been protests against the existing restrictive measures imposed because of the epidemic of the coronavirus.
As reported the edition Vox on April 19, during the last weeks of the campaign took place in the States of Florida, North Carolina, Virginia, Michigan, Minnesota, Idaho, Kentucky, California, Texas, Indiana, new Hampshire, Nevada, Maryland, Uteand and Wisconsin.
During the protests the protesters were not masked and did not comply with the rule of social distancing. They criticized the actions of the governors that made the decision to lockdown, questioned the threat of coronavirus and demanded to allow them to return to work, noted the publication. According to The Daily Beast, shares were mostly not mass.
At some rallies people were armed. For example, April 15 in Lansing (Michigan) the protesters had guns and Confederate flags (often used by supporters of the extreme right-wing movements), reported the Lansing State Journal. In a rally in Lansing, according to NBC News, attended up to 4 thousand people, many of them held the symbols of the presidential campaign of Donald trump.
#OperationGridlock in Lansing, Michigan thousands, drove in & surrounded the Capitol to create a traffic jam to symbolize disagreement with Trump enemy @gretchenwhitmer Stay Safe, Stay Home order. They had Trump, Rebel & Gadsden flags no social distancing & few wore masks. pic.twitter.com/R9V7fh97Ly
— THE CONNET (@THEAlleyeceeing) April 15, 2020