Protesters Support Staten Island Bar Owner After Arrest for Ignoring Coronavirus Restrictions

Hundreds of protesters gathered Wednesday night, outside a Staten Island bar a day after it was shut down, the manager was arrested for publicly declaring itself an “autonomous zone” and not adhering to the state’s coronavirus pandemic orange zone restrictions.

Hundreds of supporters stood with American flags and political signs, demonstrating in front of New York City Sheriff’s officers who were guarding the front door of Mac’s Public House. The protesters sang “God Bless America” and the chorus to Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It.”

In a Youtube video McAlarney, the bar’s owner, taunted Mr. Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio, whom he called “de Bozo,” and dared them to come down in person and take the license off the wall. Read more…

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