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Saturday, August 29, 2020
Lockdown Protest Caravans Across Oahu
By News Release @ 8:09 PM :: 4533 Views :: Honolulu County, COVID-19

 

 

Protest Against Hawaii's Illegal Lockdown by David Ige and Kirk Caldwell

Public · Hosted by Hawaii Lies

Hawaiians have had enough of the mandates from the state and local government.

We deserve to be able to have access to our trails and beaches, it's a right, not a privilege.

We deserve to chose to work and go to school, it's a right, not a privilege.

The fines and penalties used against us violate local law and the 8th Amendment of the United States Constitution.

We did not give up these rights to bureaucrats who continue to get paid while the rest of us suffer spiritually, mentally and financially.

This is the United States, not North Korea.

This will be on Saturday, August 29th from 1pm-4pm at the Honolulu City Hall 530 S King St #300, Honolulu, HI 96813.

For those of you who can not show up in person today for the caravan protest, pick up your phone and call these numbers between 1-4pm today.

LEAVE VOICEMAILS WITH YOUR THOUGHTS

WHITE HOUSE - 1-202-456-1111

David Ige - (808) 586-0034

Josh Green - (808) 586-0255

Kirk Caldwell - (808) 768-4141

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Protesters rally against coronavirus restrictions

KITV: … Participants plan to meet in front of Honolulu Hale at 1 P.M. According to the event page, more than 200 people plan to attend. The caravan will make stops in Manoa and at HPD headquarters on Beretania St. The event is scheduled to end by 4 P.M.

Honolulu Police are also warning the public about a separate protest convoy scheduled to start at 10 A.M. That group plans to travel from Waimanalo to North Shore, Wahiawa, and Waikiki. Drivers should expect delays….

HNN: Protesters gather in opposition of mayor’s latest stay-at-home order

KHON: Protestors assembled on streets of Oahu against latest stay-at-home order

SA: Protesters rally against Hawaii COVID-19 closures

read … Protesters rally against coronavirus restrictions

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