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Old April 1st, 2020, 11:24 PM
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Exclamation VIDEO: When Government Places Citizens Under Quarantine, Some Citizens Fight Back

VIDEO: When Government Places Citizens Under Quarantine, Some Citizens Fight Back

Excerpt: Israeli media is reporting that riots have broken out in Arab as well as some Jewish neighborhoods of Israel over quarantine enforcement. Particularly violent clashes in Jaffa also erupted after police confronted and tried to detain a man for reportedly breaking quarantine.

"Dozens of people are demonstrating and rioting in Jaffa after police questioning of a man who apparently broke his mandatory self-quarantine led numerous residents to gather and confront the officers," the Times of Israel reports. "Protesters are clashing with police, burning tires and blocking roads."

- zerohedge.com

Massive Police Presence To Break Up One Year Old Birthday Party In Los Angeles Over Social Distancing Orders

Excerpt: Police had to call for backup after the group of people became angry.

At least 32 police officers worked to disperse the crowd for violating the social distancing order, reported TMZ.

- thegatewaypundit.com

These two videos are just two examples of many that some people are tired of being told what to do by the authorities when it concerns simple daily living activities... or being made to shut down their business.

Using the justification of the Coronavirus does not sit well with many. Some think it's all a big experiment to see how compliant people will be. I do know the virus is real but when there is data on the CDC site that details that there were 83,780 deaths related to pneumonia/flu in 2019/2020 so far... the Coronavirus numbers are extremely small comparatively at this point in time.

We didn't shut everything down for the pneumonia/flu death rate so some folks are extremely skeptical about shutting everything down for the current low Coronavirus death rate. That is a simple observation based upon CDC numbers.
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