Thousands showed up for what is known as Minnesota’s largest outdoor rodeo, packing the stands for the three-day event despite orders to limit crowds because of the coronavirus pandemic. (July 28)
- And that's how you start a protest, right? Yeah!
ROB FARNSWORTH: It's just a very nice, family-friendly event. And after four months, folks need that. I'm not concerned about it. If I was concerned, I wouldn't be here. I'm more concerned about civil liberties, and personal freedoms, and personal responsibility.
- [INAUDIBLE]. Speaking of [INAUDIBLE], let's see him. Come out!
JORDAN KILEN: Government works for the people, and I think they've forgotten that, that they're elected officials. We need to practice our right to vote and get the officials out of there that overstep government and bounds.
TOM THIBODEAU: Big financial blow. It's thousands of dollars for us. If they're dictating whether we can work or not, well, they need to ante up then if they're going to force us not to work.