Bar owner arrested in NYC for defying lockdown orders…
New York flexed it’s totalitarian agenda yesterday when five sheriff’s officers showed up at Mac’s Public House in Staten Island, raided the place, and arrested co-owner Danny Presti, who was taken away in handcuffs. The attorney representing Mac’s Public House said the charges included disorderly conduct along with civil fines.
Gov. Cuomo had suspended indoor dining in Grand City, where the bar is located, due to an increase in coronavirus cases in the area. The owners had declared the restaurant an ‘autonomous zone’ by not charging customers and instead asking for donations.
From the Staten Island Advance:
An owner of Mac’s Public House of Grant City was led away in handcuffs by City Sheriff’s Department officers Tuesday night as various agencies descended on the tavern.
The action was in response to the owners ignoring the state and city mandates to abandon indoor dining during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Here is a video that the Mac’s published a few days ago detailing their battle with the lockdown orders:
On the night of the raid and arrest, friend of the owner of Mac’s Public House, Scott Labaido, posted a video where he called on patriots to come out and protest:
Here he is being interviewed by Newsmax:
'HYPOCRISY': "There's hundreds of people in HomeGoods buying ceramic penguins and this guy can't open his small little business."
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 2, 2020
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