Truckers protest against low freight rates outside the White House while heavily armed men surround the New Hampshire and Oregon capitols as anti-lockdown demonstrations continue

Sunday, May 3, 2020
By Paul Martin

A convoy of trucks descended on Washington DC for a second day Saturday to protest against low freight rates that truckers say are hammering the industry
Truckers parked along Constitutional Avenue where they blasted their horns together in a protest that could be heard all the way to the White House
They warned that the freight rates have fallen so low during the pandemic they can no longer make a living
Anti-lockdown protests also continued across the US Saturday, as people call for an end to stay-at-home orders amid the pandemic
Heavily armed men carrying rifles and sporting camouflage gear marched on the New Hampshire Statehouse in protest against Governor Chris Sununu’s extension to the state’s stay-at-home order
In Oregon, protesters defied stay-at-home orders – and the rain – to take to the streets of Salem, waving American flags, Trump merchandise and banners

By RACHEL SHARP
DAILYMAIL.COM
2 May 2020

Truckers protested against low freight rates outside the White House Saturday, while heavily armed men surrounded the New Hampshire and Oregon capitols as anti-lockdown demonstrations continue into the weekend.

A convoy of around 70 trucks descended on Washington DC for a second day Saturday to protest against low freight rates that truckers say are hammering the industry and leaving them unable to put food on the table amid the coronavirus pandemic.

As truckers sought to get the attention of President Trump and urge him to provide some respite to the industry, other forms of protests were also taking place across the nation.

Anti-lockdown protesters marched on the capitol buildings in New Hampshire and Oregon Saturday demanding an end to stay-at-home orders.

Heavily armed men carrying rifles and sporting camouflage gear marched on the New Hampshire Statehouse in protest against Governor Chris Sununu’s extension to the state’s stay-at-home order.

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