Small Group Holds Another Protest outside Mayor's Official Residence


Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - The second protest in three days outside Mayor Eric Garcetti's official residence against coronavirus-related restrictions was held today by a conservative group.  

A crowd estimated at 35 gathered at 3 p.m. outside Getty House in Windsor Square, shouting Garcetti's name and asking him to come out. It was not known if Garcetti was home at the time. The group later marched to Wilshire Boulevard.  

SaveCalifornia.com also conducted a protest outside Getty House on Friday night, billed as “Curfew Protest Block Party: No More Lockdowns.” It has drawn criticism for its opposition to government orders to wear masks.  

SaveCalifornia.com also organized protests Saturday night in Huntington Beach and San Clemente against the “limited Stay At Home Order” issued by Gov. Gavin Newsom prohibiting all “nonessential work, movement and gatherings” between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. in counties in the most-restrictive, purple tier of the state's coronavirus monitoring system, which includes Los Angeles and Orange counties.  

Garcetti issued a revised “Safer at Home Order” on Nov. 6 requiring city residents to stay home unless they are engaged in certain “essential” activities.

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