A deep misunderstanding of freedom lies at the heart of anti-lockdown protests - 2020-05-01

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F0.png A deep misunderstanding of freedom lies at the heart of anti-lockdown protests May 1, 2020, Aaron Saad, Ricochet

In Wisconsin, a man wears an assault rifle around his chest during protests at the State Capitol building, and over his face is a stars-and-stripes kerchief. In Las Vegas, a black Jeep rolls down the Strip as part of a quarantine protest caravan. American flags stab out from its windows and rise from its rear frame. In Sacramento, a woman holds a sign that reads "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery," the words painted over a star-spangled cardboard banner.

Look through the images and video footage of the anti-quarantine protests in the U.S. and you will see, again and again, images just like this — Old Glory, in various forms, waving, draping, or adorning.

Canada has had its own anti-lockdown protests.

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{{cite news | first = Aaron | last = Saad | title = A deep misunderstanding of freedom lies at the heart of anti-lockdown protests | url = https://ricochet.media/en/3081/a-deep-misunderstanding-of-freedom-lies-at-the-heart-of-anti-lockdown-protests | work = Ricochet | date = May 1, 2020 | accessdate = May 7, 2020 }}