Huntington Beach restaurant Basilico’s Pasta e Vino — No Masks Allowed
Basilico’s Pasta e Vino in Huntington Beach posted signs requiring proof of being unvaccinated in order to enter. The restaurant previously banned wearing face masks during the pandemic. “We have zero tolerance for treasonous, anti-American stupidity,” the signs read.
Basilico’s owner Tony Roman said in a statement to McClatchy News that “our American way of life is under attack.” “I feel blessed to be on the front lines of this battle in defense of Liberty and Freedom, willing to put everything at risk for it, pledging our business as a ‘Constitutional Battleground’ since day one of the lockdowns on March 19th, 2020,” Roman said. “We have never complied with any restrictions since, and when the tiny tyrants go on the attack with new mandates, we fire back launching new missiles of defiance. And with the new and aggressive push for mandatory vax policies, we couldn’t resist, so we are sending a message of our own. Hopefully most are smart enough to read between the lines. Otherwise we will just sit back and have fun watching their heads explode over it.”
An employee confirmed the restaurant doesn’t actually check vaccination status.
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