Dozens gather near New Jersey governor's home to protest coronavirus restrictions

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Police blocked dozens of protesters from gathering outside of New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy’s home to demonstrate against his coronavirus restrictions.

Police officers are seen in a video blocking the protesters from moving forward, with state Senate candidate David Winkler saying that the protesters were on Murphy’s street but not able to gather closer to his home.

“I’m out here at Governor Murphy’s street, where we are protesting his unconstitutional orders as well as stop the steal. Currently, Governor Murphy is not letting us down the street. Blocking us from going down the street,” he said.

"This has nothing to do with Biden, this has to do with unconstitutional emergency orders that have killed our economy," Winkler said in the video. "We've got Proud Boys here, we've got Trump supporters here, we've got everybody here."

“You are not above the law,” one protester is heard saying in a video.

"We the people matter!" the crowd chanted.

The protesters initially gathered to show support for President Trump’s legal battles concerning the election results, with them then going to Murphy’s home in Middletown to protest “COVID19 Shutdowns that have destroyed our economy.”

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