Business owners in Buffalo, New York fed up with Cuomo’s authoritarian Covid lockdown orders asserted their Constitutional rights and kicked out sheriffs and “health inspectors” on Friday night.
50 business owners gathered inside of a shuttered gym in Buffalo, New York Friday night when two sheriffs and a so-called ‘health inspector’ showed up to harass the group in response to an “anonymous tip.”
The business owners shouted down and kicked out the health inspector and the told the sheriffs to come back with a warrant.
The Buffalo News reported:
A gathering of about 50 business owners and their supporters inside an Orchard Park gym shut down by Covid-19 restrictions turned into a confrontation with Erie County authorities Friday night.
The owner of the gym, Athletes Unleashed on California Road, described the gathering as a protest of the state’s “orange zone” regulations that have closed gyms, salons and other businesses deemed nonessential.
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Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. CMG, -0.62% will open its first digital-only location in New York on Saturday.
The company says the restaurant, which will be located outside the gates of the military academy in Highland Falls, NY, is a prototype that will allow Chipotle to expand in urban areas and offer flexibility for future locations.
Chipotle Digital Kitchen has no seating or “front-line” service. Customers will have to order meals in advance.
“Orders can be picked up from a lobby that is designed to include all of the sounds, smells and kitchen views of a traditional Chipotle restaurant,” the company said in the announcement.
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday announced new restrictions on businesses and social events on Staten Island and imposed a 10 pm curfew on restaurants, bars and gyms statewide in response to a significant uptick in coronavirus infections.
Additionally, Cuomo announced a new 10-person cap on parties and other gatherings in private residences, including apartments and houses.
The rules take effect Friday at 10 pm.
And if that doesn’t work, the three-term governor threatened that further measures could be on the table — including nixing indoor dining at bars and restaurants — to get the spread of COVID-19 back under control.
“If these measures aren’t sufficient to reduce the spread — we’ll turn the valve more and part of that would be reducing the number of people indoor dining,” Cuomo told reporters during a Veterans Day press briefing.
It was a Staten Island stunner.
Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis appears to have dispatched incumbent Democratic Rep. Max Rose from Congress, taking a dramatic but early 16 point lead that ended a bitter multimillion-dollar contest between them.
Malliotakis won 58 percent of the ballots cast during early voting and on Election Day, while Rose netted just 42 percent, according to tallies from 98 percent of precincts.
Malliotakis declared victory in a speech to supporters late Tuesday.
“This race was about the brave men and women of the NYPD and all our law enforcement and first responders,” she said, thanking the police unions for early endorsements in the race. “This is one elected official who will always have their back.”
Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is sending the Army National Guard and additional police officers to airports in an effort to enforce coronavirus restrictions on travel.
In addition, Cuomo warned travelers that they should not plan to land in his state unless they could show “proof of a negative test upon landing.”
Cuomo sent members of the New York National Guard to airports several weeks ago, per NBC New York, but announced Friday that he planned to increase that number. He also reportedly said that he had spoken with Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in order to coordinate utilizing members of the New York Police Department for the same initiative.
As coronavirus cases and hospitalizations increased nationwide, Cuomo scrapped his initial plan to ban travel from certain hotspots in favor of calling for proof of a negative test upon arrival, reported NBC New York.
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Ballots have been posted in to the New York City Board of Elections in the name of dead voters, according to the New York Post.
The elections board received an absentee ballot from a Frances Reckhow of Staten Island, but as it turned out Frances Reckhow had died in 2012, according to an obituary filed with The Staten Advance.
Earlier, CNN had cited the Broward County Election Commission in reporting that Florida election officials and law enforcement officials have disclosed an attempt to register about 50 deceased voters to vote in the US presidential election.
Moreover, another absentee ballot was mailed from a Gertrude Nizzere, born in 1919, who also turned out to be dead, according to the Board of Elections.
After the incident, all data has been transferred to the police and Staten Island District Attorney Michael McMahon’s office for investigation.
A video out of Brooklyn shows a city inspector handing out a COVID violation fine to a Jewish restaurant owner because he left his door open to let in some fresh air.
The clip, which has received over half a million views on Twitter, shows the owner complaining to the city inspector about being fined and hit with a court summons “for keeping my doors open.”
“You’re giving me a ticket because my doors are open, sir?” asks the owner.
He then points out that there is nobody inside the restaurant and adds, “What if my store is hot? I’m not allowed to open the door because the store is hot?”
The inspector refuses to engage, simply telling the owner, “Everything is spelled out in the summons.”
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The State University of New York at Oneonta on Thursday announced the abrupt resignation of its president only weeks after it experienced the most severe coronavirus outbreak of any public university in the state.
The departure of the president, Barbara Jean Morris, is one of the most high-profile over the coronavirus crisis, which has thrown many colleges and universities across the country into turmoil as they try to maintain some semblance of campus life during the outbreak.
Last month, more than 700 students at Oneonta tested positive for the virus, causing the shutdown of in-person classes. The outbreak forced state officials to send a virus control crew to the university to keep the spread from reaching the rest of the city, which is in upstate New York.
The US Department of Justice has designated several cities, namely – New York City, Portland, Seattle, Oregon and Washington as jurisdictions that allow “anarchy” in a move that will allow the federal government to restrict funding for the cities, according to a statement released on Monday.
“The US Department of Justice today identified the following three jurisdictions that have permitted violence and destruction of property to persist and have refused to undertake reasonable measures to counteract criminal activities: New York City; Portland, Oregon; and Seattle, Washington,” the statement said.
In early September, US President Donald Trump issued a memorandum directing administration officials to review and consider cutting funding to cities unable to prevent the establishment of lawless zones.
On Friday night Black Lives Matter rioters in Rochester, New York, terrified diners as they barged into local restaurants, flipped tables, threw chairs, and screamed at random people out eating dinner for the weekend.
The video is ABSOLUTELY FRIGHTENING!
The BLM rioters were then filmed climbing on homes and attempting to break into an apartment building.
The BLM violence and brutality made news online but was completely ignored by the fake news mainstream media.
Assistant Principal Steve Lysenko filmed himself cheering the mob and cursing Rochester police in the midst of the riots.