It probably goes without saying at this point that Democrat governors have overreached in their response to the Wuhan coronavirus.  Democrat leaders’ draconian, illogical, unsupportable, contradictory, and just plain stupid lockdown decisions are coming home to roost.

Not only is California governor Gavin “Rules for thee, but not for me” Newsom facing an increasingly viable recall effort—one Kamala’s former ‘mentor,’ Willie Brown, warns him about, but New York governor Andrew “Killer” Cuomo’s ridiculous lockdown orders have angered New York City’s restaurateurs to the point that they are organizing to ban him from all NYC establishments for life.

Struggling restaurant owners city-wide are permanently banning New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo from setting foot into their establishments.

Effective immediately.

According to bar owner Larry Baird “ He can eat at some shitty roadside diner outside of Albany but he will not be served anywhere in New York City, known universally as the world’s greatest dining destination! If he has to use the restroom he can go pee on my street-corner! That’s what he wants anyway!”

Former life long Coney Island resident Val Torre said that he’s finally moving to Florida. “It’s 70 degrees every day. My Coney Island childhood friends have all retired to Florida now! All the restaurants and bars are open and the grannies live!”

Many members of the Facebook Group NYC Restaurants Open applaud the Executive Order banning Cuomo from being served at all New York City establishments. One member stated “Completely schizophrenic behavior! How are they coming up with these rules is beyond any logical reasoning”

Another furious lifelong New York resident exclaimed “ He can dine at Gracie Mansion if he wants hospitality in Manhattan. He ain’t getting it here!”

If you’re wondering why a restaurateur would suggest the governor “pee on my street-corner,” this is a response to one of the most bizarre edicts thus far. Cuomo decreed that while socially-distanced dining outdoors in the snow is currently permissible, patrons using the establishment’s restrooms is not.

 

 
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