On Saturday afternoon, a group of nearly a dozen armed protesters marched through downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. Photos quickly became popular and ultimately it became a trend.
Photojournalist for News and Observer, Travis Long tweeted the photos he took of armed protesters, with shotguns, pistols and AT-4 anti-tank rocket launcher was with protesters in the Subway restaurant.
The News & Observer reported that the protesters marched against the state’s home order. As the state entered the first phase of the reopening process, the protests began to relax on Saturday.
These images are mainly circulating in the United States. And even an Ohio woman received memetic treatment after digitally replaced the weapons with sandwiches.
According to The News & Observer reports, the protesters created a Facebook group named “Blue Igloo”. On this Facebook page, the protest arranged “a meeting of supporters of the First Amendment and the Second Amendment. Meeting people with similarities and wasting our time at home to exercise.”
According to the live broadcast of the parade evaluation by News & Observer. When the demonstrators entered the subway restaurant, he questioned if they come in and order, and said they did not attempt to scare anyone.
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