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by making this choice, the managers feel "Defend the individual freedom and the freedom of Americans"Coronavirus - By making this choice, the managers feel "Defend the individual freedom and the freedom of Americans"
in, a restaurant decided to make resistance. Regular controversies since the beginning of the epidemic, the managers of Basilico's pasta e Vino are now fiercely opposed to , says that reports information from .
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Only non-vaccinated customers are invited to enter. The direction posted a clear message on its devanture: "We apply zero tolerance for betrayal and anti-American stupidity". The American restaurant has even published a message on social networks indicating that it asked for a "evidence" of non-vaccination.Several provocations
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They had created an association called "Make Restaurants Great Again", with reference to Donald Trump campaign slogan whose supporters. They want to "defend individual freedom and freedom of Americans" despite "risks".
Basilico's Pasta e Vino remained open in March 2020 while all the restaurants had to close their doors. Then, sanitary measures such as the wearing of the mask or the respect of social distances have not been respected at the time of the reopening of these institutions.
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The managers even went further by installing a sign in Beverly Hills taking over a worship scene of the godfather: "Leave The Mask, Take The Cannoli", reference to the "Leave The Gun, Take The Cannoli" Cult Replica " Finally, they have established an arrest warrant against Anthony Fauci, Immunologist and Head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). The latter is sought after "betrayal and crimes against humanity".
COVID-19 cases go backwards in Orange County County, where the Basilico's Pasta e Vino is located. 562 people have been positive tested Thursday, July 29 against 363 nine days earlier.
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