In the United States protesting against quarantine with guns and a grenade launcher walked the streets and went into the cafe (photo)

This weekend a group of armed demonstrators who were protesting the quarantine in North Carolina, walked the streets Role with weapons on his shoulders. Armed protesters also went to a local cafe.

Travis long, photojournalist at The News & Observer, took a photo of one protester in the sandwich bar. In the photo the man on the shoulder AT4 rocket launcher and two pistols in holsters on the belt. Some demonstrators wore masks.

A group of about 11 mostly-armed demonstrators protesting the stay at home order marched around downtown Raleigh and ordered sandwiches at a Subway. #Covid_19 #ncpol #MealTeamSix

— Travis Long (@vizjourno) May 9, 2020

Saturday’s demonstration was organized by a group called Blue Igloo, reports The News & Observer.

«The walk on Saturday was not a protest, it was a meeting to support our God, which gave the Americans freedom, — said the representatives of the group. We went for a walk to get some fresh air. We are a peaceful group, and we want to keep peace at any price. We are not looking for a fight. We actually want the opposite. We want to smile, shake hands and be friendly. An armed society is a polite society».

Saturday’s demonstration took place on the first day of the phased opening of North Carolina during a pandemic COVID-19.

In the first stage are allowed to open parks and some businesses subject to the rules of social distancing. You can gather not more than 10 people.


As of Sunday evening the state had 14 764 confirmed cases and 547 deaths from the coronavirus.