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Hong Kong police grapple with pro-democracy protesters

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Clearly ignoring social distancing and stay at home orders.

The protestors are recklessly spreading Covid and putting all of us in danger.

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Clearly ignoring social distancing and stay at home orders.

When freedom is actually being threatened, you have to take risks to protect it.

The protestors are recklessly spreading Covid and putting all of us in danger.

The same COVID that you are constantly telling is isn’t a big deal? That COVID? Odd that you’ve done a 180 when it's people actually fighting for their freedoms.

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Freedom and democracy are worth fighting for. Hit those police working for the Communist PRC with everything you have, citizens of Hong Kong. Until crooked Carrie Lam and her puppet PRC regime start allowing some human rights and freedom in HK, this fight will continue.

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Burning BushToday 06:44 am JST

Clearly ignoring social distancing and stay at home orders.

The protestors are recklessly spreading Covid and putting all of us in danger.

Hong Kong got 1,047 cases for 4 deaths, and it's now been 21 days without a local case. So on the danger scale they put the CCP higher than the coronavirus.

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Clearly ignoring social distancing and stay at home orders.

The protestors are recklessly spreading Covid and putting all of us in danger.

Just like the people who are protesting against the lockdowns

It's either a free territory or it isn't.

Freedom of Assembly means Freedom of Assembly.

I have the utmost respect for people when they stand up for their rights.

It should be an individual choice.

If you wish to stay at home, do so.

If you wish to go for a walk, do so.

If you wish to socialize with a group of your friends, do so.

Nobody should be telling anybody else how to live their lives.

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