Restaurant owner: Coronavirus lockdowns in California will bring death, poverty

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Los Angeles restaurant owner made an emotional plea to who she referred to as “out of touch” local officials in California, warning that new coronavirus shutdown orders will have devastating consequences.

Angela Marsden, owner of the Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon in the city’s Sherman Oaks neighborhood, warned on “Cavuto: Coast to Coast” on Monday that small business owners and employees, who are struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic and its associated restrictions, are “going to die’ from poverty, depression and suicide.

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Marsden also questioned how local leaders can shut down businesses before the holidays without offering a solution.

She asked, “What is going on that our leadership can shut our businesses, with two days’ notice, before the holidays, and not offer a solution to pay us to stay in our homes?”

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