Snapshots from a pandemic

Hundreds gathered at the state Capitol on April 20 to protest the governor's stay-at-home order. (Photos courtesy of Karlos Rene Ayala)
Some parents brought children to the April 20 protest at the state Capitol.
“Fear God not Corona.”
Children have been out of school since the stay-at-home order began on March 19.
Many protesters chose not to wear masks or follow social distancing.
President Trump has suspended U.S. funding of the World Health Organization in a dispute over its response to the coronavirus outbreak.
“I like my guns, the way Democrats like their votes, undocumented,” one sign read.
“All lives matter.”
“Resist the New World Order.”
F.E.A.R.

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