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Patriots In California Are Protesting Gov. Newsom’s COVID-19 Restrictions


This is a great sight to see.

Patriots in California have had enough of Governor Gavin Newsom’s authoritarian rule.

Newsom recently made extremely tighter COVID restrictions which included a curfew of 10 pm.

After hearing the news patriots in Huntington Beach and other cities across California protested in the streets and let Newsom know what they think about his new curfew.

ABC 7 News covered the protests, see what they had to share:

A crowd of dozens of people gathered in front of the Huntington Beach Pier Saturday night to protest on the first night of a nearly statewide nighttime curfew aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19.

The curfew affects all counties in Southern California, but protesters in Orange County were sending a message to Gov. Gavin Newsom, saying they won’t follow the new guidelines.

The people gathered at 10 p.m. Saturday along Pacific Coast Highway at Main Street, crossing the highway when allowed by the traffic light, said Huntington Beach police Lt. Ryan Reilly.

Speaking into a microphone, one woman addressed the crowd and said: “Patriots are uniting, and we’re gonna stand and we are going to fight for our rights. We are Americans, and they will never take our rights away.”

Governor Newsom has received heart lately due to pictures showing him at a dinner party with no masks after he made rules that say you should avoid large gatherings.

California’s have had enough of his authoritarian rules.

CBS 7 News added to the story too:

Protesters in Huntington Beach gathered on Saturday night to speak out against the state’s coronavirus curfew that went into effect at 10 p.m.

As part of the rules, non-essential work and gathering must stop from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., so all of the protesters were breaking statewide guidelines.

Orange County sheriffs, along with other Southern California law enforcement officials, have said they would not be enforcing the curfew, but if an unlawful assembly is declared for another reason the group will have to disperse.

“I’d like to see curfews go away,” said one attendee. “I don’t really agree with it. I think there are too many restrictions, as is. Obviously, a lot of people don’t agree with what our governor and city officials are doing, but I’d prefer to see something done a little bit different but curfews are just a little too far.”


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