BREAKING: Six people including a former US Army Veteran arrested for refusing to show vaccination passports at the The Cheesecake Factory in NYC
A US veteran and five other men arrested in NYC Monday after failing to prove vaccination status while entering The Cheesecake Factory in Queens.
The incident that took place when a large group of people entered the restaurant was caught on camera. The people refused to provide their vaccination passport and were denied service.
The cops were called when the group continued to order the food and drinks at the bar counter.
“It’s tyranny!” the man can be heard when police handcuff him. “You know I am right.”
And he is really right. The medical freedom is under the threat.
The man in the video turns out to be a retired US Army Veteran, Mitchell Bosch, who served in Afghanistan and Iraq.
“I served in Afghanistan, I served in Iraq,” said Bosch. “We are fighting an army much stronger than us. The enemy is the politicians, the oligarchies. We have to do civil disobedience in order to get medical freedom. All we want to do is get something to eat and drink and we will gladly get out of here. This is what its gonna take to get America to wake up- people to sacrifice, to get comfortable with getting uncomfortable. Our time is now. This is holding the line- today. We as the people take a stand. Even if it means we go spend a little time behind bars- we will not comply. WE WILL NOT COMPLY. Medical Freedom is not negotiable. Plain and simple. NOT NEGOTIABLE. I fought for this country in order to give everybody the opportunity for freedom- and I am not going to go down. I am willing to die for my country for freedom.”
A restaurant manager, who called the cops, said he wanted to press charges against all unvaccinated patrons who he believed to be “unwelcome guests.”
Another man arrested was Ray Velez. He was also handcuffed after arguing with the officers.
“We are here to access the facility in normal business hours, we are invitees of a public accommodating business, we are not committing a crime. We are here to eat, that cannot be criminal trespassing.”
“This is the civil rights movement all over again,” said Derrick Gibson, one of the men participating in the sit-in. “We are doing a sit-in at the Cheesecake Factory patiently asking to be served like everyone else in the restaurant and we are not moving until we are served. We are tired of living in New York City and being discriminated against.”
“Nazis!”, yelled protesters outside at NYPD. “Traitors!”
“We must get our fellow Freedom Fighter’s backs,” said activist and Newsmax host John Tabacco. “They are willing to put themselves on the line and we have to stand behind them.”