A California restaurant owner fed up with Newsom’s war on small businesses decided to fight back after brown shirt health inspectors harassed him and cited him for the ‘crime’ of staying open.
Anton Van Happen, owner of “Nick the Greek” in Ventura, California was cited by health inspectors because he put tables and chairs outside of his establishment as a form of protest.
Van Happen continued to only serve take out orders and never actually served customers in the outdoor seating, but he was cited anyway.
"Are you going to pay my rent ? says owner Anton Van Happen of 'Nick The Greek' to public health inspectors issuing him a citation for staying open after being issued a closure order. Things got tense pic.twitter.com/9eKCiAjDaw
— Jorge Ventura Media (@VenturaReport) December 15, 2020
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