by: Brent Smith
Well, I’m just going to come right out and say it. How many restaurant and bar owners – how many wait-staff, cooks, bartenders, etc. have been voting for democrats for years, or perhaps just voted democrat in 2016 and 2018 due to your fear of president Orange-man.
I don’t want to say we told you so and have been telling democrat voters this for as long as I can remember. One day your decision to vote for leftists will eventually catch up to you and personally bite you in the butt. The bill always comes due!
An empty restaurant is seen in New York City. (Photo by Jeenah Moon/Getty Images)
And now it has. But perhaps on the State level, this is the wake-up call you all needed – that this is who these people are and have been for a long time. They’ve only seemed more moderate, more reasonable, because they were lacking the “Good Crisis” that they could take full advantage of. And man have they not let it go to waste.
The old saying that you get who you vote for is truer now than ever. It’s time to wake up and do the right thing. Unfortunately it’s too late this time around. Now you must somehow survive until 2022 to throw out Lord Cuomo and the rest of his oligarchy.
from One America News:
N.Y. restaurants sue to reopen, point to low infection risk from indoor dining
New York restaurant owners have filed multiple lawsuits in recent weeks aiming to restore their businesses, which have been largely shuttered during the pandemic.
The most recent suits were filed this week as restaurant owners said they’re frustrated by the frequent rule changes that keep them from offering indoor dining. Many of these restaurants are operating in the state’s orange zones, which limits the businesses to outdoor dining, takeout or delivery.
With forecasts for the state putting temperatures just above freezing, outdoor dining is fading as an option.
Owners have argued the standards for orange zone restrictions continue to change, basing closures on positive COVID-19 cases one day and then to available hospital beds the next. They also said data shows less than 1.5 percent of COVID-19 spread is due to restaurants, with a majority of the spread being blamed on private gatherings.
“So the question is, these extreme actions of shutting down, basically shutting down these restaurants for in-service dining, in-house dining, is it reasonable under these circumstances? The economic impact upon the business owner and all the employees, is that reasonable in light of the extremely low rate of transmission occurring,” Attorney Adam Gee asked.