Woman Charged For Organizing Protest Of Gov. Murphy’s Coronavirus Stay-At-Home Order

A woman is facing charges for organizing a protest in Trenton. Kim Pagan is charged with violating Gov. Phil Murphy’s emergency order by organizing a “prohibited event.”

New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Colonel Patrick J. Callahan noted the woman’s infraction in a daily offense bulletin.

NJ.com:

A woman was charged Friday for organizing a protest in Trenton of the stay-at-home orders instituted last month by Gov. Phil Murphy to help slow the spread of the coronavirus in New Jersey.

Kim Pagan, of Toms River was charged by the New Jersey State Police with violating the emergency orders, according to a release from New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and Colonel Patrick J. Callahan, Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police.

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The protestors gathered outside the Statehouse and other locations in Trenton on Friday afternoon as Murphy and state health officials held their daily coronavirus press briefing.

A video taken by a woman who was live streaming the protest on Facebook showed people driving by the Statehouse honking their horns with American flags waving from their windows and others holding signs and flags on the sidewalk in front of the building. More

Apparently the state officials of New Jersey have forgotten about that pesky little thing called the Constitution. Democrats think that the First and Second Amendments can be turned off by Executive Order.

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