It's a violation of their Federal Civil Rights: Title 18, U.S.C., Section 241
I suppose, in a sense, this falls under one of the subsections of kidnapping charges as well: unlawful detention.
It's unlawful for people to prevent the enjoyment of any rights. Those rights include the ability to travel on the road. Another segment from the same section.
Freedom of movement. A constitutional right? I believe so. After all, it was included in the Articles of Confederation...been a long standing principle behind how this country was built.
When the wokes tried to block a very busy Hwy 31 in Hoover by the Galleria, they were (nearly) immediately detained/arrested. Hoover people are generally more...enlightened than the rest of us...bumpkiny folks. (dial in thick accent here) If thay cain't do that shiiit in Hoover, thay shure as hail ain't blockin no damn roads elsewhere 'round here.