Dorr Brothers of Liberty organize protests of the lockdowns and send the Left into a tizzy

Submitted by Freedomman on Thu, 05/21/2020 - 00:21

MADISON, Wisconsin (PNN) - May 1, 2020 - Statists and their supporters are losing it over activist anti-lockdown protests that are being organized by three pro-freedom brothers.

Three far-right, pro-gun brothers are behind a slew of anti-quarantine Facebook groups galvanizing protests and urging tens of thousands of followers to decry state lockdowns.

Ben Dorr, the political director of a group called Minnesota Gun Rights, and siblings Christopher Dorr, the director of Ohio Gun Owners, and Aaron Dorr, executive director of Iowa Gun Owners, are behind at least four state anti-quarantine Facebook groups with a combined following of over 200,000

The three have created Facebook groups calling for protests in Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York.

While at first glance the demonstrations cropping up across the nation appear to be organic, the coordination of these brothers on Facebook means they are actually being engineered by a network of conservative directors.

Ben Dorr created a Facebook group entitled Wisconsinites against Excessive Quarantine on Wednesday, which now has over 99,000 members. Dorr and group members created an event for a drive-in rally at the state capital of Madison scheduled for Friday.

Chris Dorr created Pennsylvanians Against Excessive Quarantine that has over 65,000 members. All the pages had similar description pages saying politicians are on a power trip, controlling our lives, destroying our businesses, passing laws behind the cover of darkness, and forcing us to hand over our freedoms.

Aaron Dorr created the New Yorkers against Excessive Quarantine group, which has over 24,000 members. In the description page he wrote, "While seizing power at a breathtaking pace, (fascist Governor) Andrew Cuomo is sending New York's economy into a death spiral. This is madness. We are fighting back, with action steps for New Yorkers who want to make their voices heard.”