We have sued Mayor de Blasio for this unconstitutional violation of our most basic freedoms. He is releasing violent crininals whil imprisoning peaceful New Yorkers standing up for our most basic rights This will not stand.
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Tomorrow terrorist supporter and Jew-hating jihadi Linda Sarsour is holding a rally. De Blasio funded her jihad by giving her ‘organization’ half a million dollars. Do you think De Blasio will arrest her?
we got arrested today by the NYPD simply for exercising our constitutional rights, this is a stark reminder of Nazi Germany when they murdered my relatives and said they are only doing their jobs. @TuckerCarlson @RealMattCouch @TheJusticeDept https://t.co/8qLpTA95vW
— Mike Gee (@MikeyGee2020) May 10, 2020
— informed&savvy (@Cdmakeupartist1) May 10, 2020
NYPD arresting a single mom for the 2nd day in a row for following the Constitution pic.twitter.com/harIpzr7SC
— Matt Couch (@RealMattCouch) May 9, 2020
‘Reopen NY’ protesters busted outside New York City Hall
By Julia Marsh and Dean Balsamini, NY post, May 9, 2020 |
Nine protesters pushing for the Empire State to reopen from its coronavirus lockdown were busted Saturday afternoon outside City Hall, for not obeying social distancing guidelines, sources told The Post.
The nine were among about 20 who rallied at Park Row and Spruce Street, holding signs that read, “Not Afraid to Fight” and “Reopen NY” sources said. Some of the protesters were not wearing a mask or face covering, a witness said.
Cops arrived at around 2 p.m. and arrests were made at around 2:30 p.m. Those arrested were driven from the scene in an NYPD vehicle, but were eventually were issued summonses and released, an NYPD spokesman said.
Freelance photographer Jimin Kim, who was at the scene, said some protesters held American flags and wore “Trump” baseball caps.
“This isn’t Germany!” one yelled during the protest.
The arrests come as Gov. Andrew Cuomo extended the state’s stay-at-home lockdown until at least June 7.
According to NYPD data, 374 summons “for violations of emergency procedures and acts liable to spread disease” were issued between March 16 and May 5.