Woman who organized anti-lockdown rally in New Jersey is ARRESTED for violating stay-at-home orders as thousands ignore social distancing to protest across the US after Trump said they’re being ‘treated a little rough’

Saturday, April 18, 2020
By Paul Martin

Kim Pagan, of Toms River, New Jersey, was arrested for organizing the anti-lockdown rally in Trenton
Gov. Phil Murphy first implemented the coronavirus emergency orders last month
Several COVID-19 anti-lockdown protests were held by upset citizens around the United States on Friday
Protests happened in places like California, Florida, Oregon, Minnesota and New Jersey
President Trump doubled down on his tweets to ‘LIBERATE’ Minnesota, Michigan and Virginia
He told reporters at Friday’s White House briefing that the Democratic governors in those three states could have gotten the same result with less restrictions
Trump also said the protesters, many of whom were Trump supporters, were ‘treated a little bit rough’

18 April 2020

A woman who helped organize a COVID-19 anti-lockdown protest in New Jersey was charged for defying stay-at-home orders on Friday, authorities said.

The New Jersey Attorney General’s office said Kim Pagan, of Toms River, was charged with violating emergency orders after she organized a protest against the state’s lockdown in Trenton.

Gov. Phil Murphy first implemented the coronavirus emergency orders last month. New Jersey has at least 78,467 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 3,840 deaths.

Video shared to Facebook by Central Jersey Libertarians showed a police officer writing summonses as protestors shout and honk their cars’ horns near the statehouse.

‘We have a right to peacefully protest,’ one woman shouted, as the officer walked by a car window that reads ‘playdemic.’

State stay-at-home protests also popped up in a Walmart parking lot in Hamilton. Protesters arrived with signs, American flags and wrote anti-lockdown messages on car windows, NBC New York reports.

One window read: ‘MURPHY’S LAW WORSE THAN COVID-19.’

Gov. Murphy said New Jersey’s coronavirus curve has not yet plateaued.

He said: ‘Even if the rate of our increase is lessening, which it’s hard to argue it hasn’t over the past week, we have two realities that we cannot escape. One is it is still increasing.

‘So with all due respect to this notion that we’ve found some plateau, we’re not at any plateau.’

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