STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- According to fliers posted around Tottenville, some non-essential workers planned an “End the Lockdown Rally” for Sunday at Conference House Park, in hopes of protesting the current “New York on PAUSE” mandates under Gov. Andrew Cuomo in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)
But no one showed up for Sunday’s rally -- except the police.
Fliers promoting an “End the Lockdown Rally” were spotted at the CVS on Page Avenue, and on the corner of Main Street and Amboy Road.
The promotional material said the rally would take place Sunday morning at 11 a.m. on the Conference House lawn in Tottenville.
"No mask needed. Bring your children. Non-essential workers. If you’re sick still come, it’s your right!” stated the fliers
The instructions were followed by the phrase “Keep America Great!" and “#MAGA," which stands for President Donald Trump’s original campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again.”