This happened in Vancouver, British Columbia.
COVID Officials were in a restaurant, making some dumb complaint and the owner was trying to deal with them but the customers took action.
They started chanting ‘Get Out!’ and it worked, they left.
The Blaze reports:
VIDEO: Restaurant patrons chant ‘get out!’ at officials issuing COVID-19 closure order. Cheers erupt when they turn tail and leave Canadian eatery.
Customers seated inside Corduroy Restaurant in Vancouver, British Columbia, were caught on cellphone video chanting “Get out!” at health inspectors who had entered the establishment to issue closure orders over COVID-19 violations, Global News reported.
Soon after the chant began and quickly grew louder, the officials turned tail and left — after which cheering and applause erupted. The confrontation took place Saturday, CBC News said.
British Columbia last Monday ordered a three-week ban on indoor dining to combat a third wave of the COVID-19 virus, Global News said, adding that a business can be fined $2,300 while individuals can be fined $575 for non-compliance — and there’s a separate fine for belligerent behavior related to enforcement of COVID-19 orders.
With that, a liquor coordinator and provincial health officers entered Corduroy Restaurant and issued a a full closure order Saturday, Vancouver police told the outlet…
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Soon diners began their “Get out!” chant. Seconds later, one of the officials turned, raised his hand at a colleague as if to signal surrender, and they walked out the door.
Watch the video below:
People are tired of having their freedoms trampled on by these unelected bureaucrats.
Expect to see a lot more of this.
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