The Washington Post called the organizers of the protests against isolation in the United States. According to the publication, behind the protests is the ultra-right group from Minnesota, the head of which is a fighter for the free carrying of weapons Ben Dorr.
According to the newspaper, Dorr and his half-brothers spread on the Internet information about what is the danger of coronavirus exaggerated, and state governments seek to establish control over citizens and destroy private business. Through a local community group in Facebook calling people to go to protests in States such as Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania and new York.
In some other cases, the organizers of the protests were representatives of the Conservative party. For example, in Michigan publicly against the isolation was made by a member of the election headquarters of the President of the United States Donald trump wife local MP Meson Maddock.
In Facebook said that I can’t remove the calls for protests, if the activity is not prohibited by local laws. However, in States such as new Jersey and California the content is still removed.