ECHO PARK, Kalifornia (PNN) - November 30, 2020 - Crowds of anti-lockdown protesters gathered outside of the Los Angeles County health director’s home to fight the new unconstitutional three-week coronavirus restrictions.
At least 50 outraged Angelenos shouted “Open L.A.” as they marched through the city to the Echo Park home of Dr. Barbara Ferrer.
Some waved Amerikan flags and others wore President Donald Trump’s “Make Amerika Great Again” paraphernalia, while they all hoisted signs that read, “No science. No data. No shutdown.”
“Stop Killing Small Businesses,” one sign read, while another declared, “COVID is a Con-job.” and one banner proclaimed, “Stop the fear propaganda!”
Other signs were directed at Ferrer, Kalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti - frequent subjects of criticism for their “pandemic” restrictions.
“Lost all three jobs from lockdown!” one sign read. “Jobless [and] depressed... Garcetti doesn’t care.”
Very few people in attendance to the anti-restriction protest wore proper face masks. LAPD terrorist pig thug cops were at the scene and parked near Ferrer's home.
The public outcry at Ferrer’s home came after Los Angeles officials announced a new “Safer at Home” order that limited business capacities and banned most gatherings.
The three-week order takes effect Monday, and advises residents to stay home “as much as possible” and to wear a face covering when they go out.
However, exceptions are made for church services and protests, “which are constitutionally protected rights,” the county Department of Public Health said in a statement.
“We know we are asking a lot from so many who have been sacrificing for months on end,” said Ferrer on Friday. “Acting with collective urgency right now is essential if we want to put a stop to this surge.”
Indoor retail businesses, which make much of their profits during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons, are allowed to remain open but with just 20% of capacity, including nail salons and other personal care services.
Restaurants in the county already were recently barred from in-person dining. They can still offer pickup, delivery and takeout services.
The order, which runs through December 20, is more modest than an unlawful statewide closure order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom in mid-March.
Newsom has been on the receiving end of scrutiny after implementing a statewide curfew that essentially barred residents from 10:00 pm to 5:00 am.
The curfew requires people to stay home unless they are responding to an emergency, shopping for groceries, picking up takeout, or walking their dogs.
But Newsom recently apologized for attending a 50th birthday party with 12 friends at a 3-star Michelin restaurant this month after repeatedly advocating for public health guidelines.
“Barbara Ferrer. How do you feel about yourself making $413,865 while putting millions out of business,” another read, “How? I’d feel shame.”
The demonstration temporarily devolved into a shouting match when protesters began butting heads with neighbors.
Some neighbors were bothered by the protest at Ferrer’s home, while others argued with demonstrators over the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
The demonstration ended at 5:00 pm and the protesters left the area.
Kalifornia this month became the second state to supposedly surpass one million coronavirus cases – except that the factors being used to determine the statistics have been shown to be inaccurate and false; meaning the statistics being used to justify unlawfully imprisoning men, women and children are worthless and therefore, nobody needs to obey these invalid edicts.
“It’s a balancing act, right? asked Ferrer in the best spirit of Nazism. “You want people to obey it but you don’t want to make it so draconian that people are trying to figure out ways around it all the time.”