California Residents Flood the Streets Outside Gavin Newsom’s Home in Defiance of Curfew Order (VIDEO)

It's one thing when people gather around public buildings in protest - but you know something serious is going on when they decide to pay a visit to the Governor's house.

Democrats have, once again, demonstrated how little they care for workers and businesses (and freedom) as they swiftly and carelessly declare lockdowns throughout blue states.

And because of that, Governor Gavin Newsom of California has experienced first-hand that there's not enough support nor patience for that kind of nonsense to happen again. People are sick and tired of anything resembling a lockdown, especially when he's not going to follow his own orders like the hypocrite that he is.

Right after the Democrat Governor declared a lockdown-like curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM in almost all of California, people from all over the Golden State gathered around his house in protest.

And that wasn't the only place for patriots to protest against unconstitutional orders. Multiple videos from San Clemente, Orange County, and many others show how little Californians are going to abide by curfews that nobody - but Democrats - want.

Hitting the powers that be right at their home feels different - and is different. Perhaps that'll work as a reality check!

Many people posted on Twitter the protests:

"The police have blocked off the road in front of Gavin Newsom's house. The Trump caravan was huge, and they shut down the rest of the cars trying to drive through.

(I wrote Governor's mansion above, but I think this may have actually been his house)"

"We’re close to 10 min after CA’s new curfew and a group has gathered at Blackstone/Shaw in Fresno to protest it.

In all Purple Tier counties, all non-essential activity is not allowed from 10pm to 5am every day until Dec. 21. #COVID19"

I'll be interested to see what's going to happen next with this.

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