NYC Pub Takes Stand Against Gov. Cuomo

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COVID-19 is new. That is the problem. People want to go ahead and have an answer for something we barely know anything about. The virus hasn’t even been around a year and people act like we should have seen it coming. To make matters worse, the Democrats are seizing the chance to exploit the virus for their own personal gain. Luckily, American citizens like the one you are about to hear about are standing up and fighting the left with their own weapons.

Meet, Mac’s Public House, owned by Danny Presti and Keith McAlarney. The restaurant was once a bustling place for lost loved and quick drinks, but now it is nothing more than a distant memory thanks to New York’s finest, Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio. This Governor/Mayor duo have taken a once-thriving city and turned it into a crime filed drug pool in a matter of months. But they claim they know what is best for the city.

That is where Presti and McAlarney come into play. See, they want to run a business, and thanks to COVID-19, they had their business slashed with restrictions and useless mandates. Now, they aren’t going to take it anymore as they announced on a sign that their restaurant is an autonomous zone.

“!ATTENTION! We hereby declare this establishment

an !!!AUTONOMOUS ZONE!!! We refuse to abide by any rules and

regulations put forth by the Mayor of NYC and Governor of NY State.”

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For those unaware, the owners of Mac’s Public House are currently savvy of the political laws of Washington because they are not the first ones to establish an autonomous zone. The radical left as they are so-called marked the first autonomous zone in Seattle during the June protests.

For their act of patriotism, the owners are currently being slapped with countless fines that in the $1000 range. But the owners don’t mind it as they said, “at this point, we’re OK with it because we’re not paying it.”

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As for his liquor license being revoked, McAlarney had some pointed words for his Governor when he said, “We’re not backing down. You think you scared me by…saying I don’t have a license now to serve liquor now? Well guess what? That liquor license is on the wall. If that liquor license is gonna come off the wall, it’s gonna be done by Cuomo. You wanna come down here and pull that license off the wall?”

This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on November 30, 2020. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.

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