Caravan blocks streets in St. Paul to protest 'stay at home' order

Protesters lined up in a caravan of cars blared their horns and blocked the streets surrounding the Minnesota State Capitol on Saturday in St. Paul.

The protest, part of "Operation Gridlock," called for Gov. Tim Walz's "stay at home" order to end and for Minnesotans to get back to work.

"Take the older people like myself. If you want to quarantine us, quarantine us. But let the younger people get back to work, let them do their jobs and support their families," said Terry McCall, one of the protesters.

Gov. Walz extended Minnesota's "stay at home" order for another two weeks on Thursday. Right now it's set to expire on May 18.