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A New York restaurant owner Stratis Morfogen says he will not be complying with the city’s vaccine mandate for private sector personnel.
“I’m not doing the mandate, and I told Governor [Kathy] Hochul to come and arrest me,” Morfogen, owner of the Brooklyn Dumpling Shop, told Tucker Carlson on Thursday’s Tucker Carlson Tonight. “I’m not doing it because, first of all, the employees we have, these were our heroes. In [the] early part of COVID, we fed 8,400 healthcare workers.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“I’m not firing these people for a jab, for a job,” he added. “The government, from our governor to our mayor, they got it wrong from the beginning.”
Morfogen rages about politicians who think they know about running a small business saying that they “never ran a lemonade stand.”
He said, “They never ran a small business. They don’t know those sleepless nights, what it takes to run a business.”
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“I’m not doing it because, first of all, the employees we have, these were our heroes. In [the] early part of COVID, we fed 8,400 healthcare workers,” the owner of the Brooklyn Dumpling Shop said.
“I’m not firing these people for a jab, for a job.”https://t.co/6lZFETvPIi
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 14, 2022
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