New York City restaurateur Stratis Morphogen pledged on Thursday to “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that the private sector will not comply with the New York City vaccine mandate.
“I’m not making an order, and I’m told [New York] Governor [Kathy] Hochul came and arrested me, ”he told host Tucker Carlson.
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“I don’t do that because, first of all, we have employees, who are our leaders. In [the] As an early part of Kovid, we fed 8,400 health workers, “he explained.” I’m not firing these people for a jab or a job. ”
Morphogen added that the government was “wrong from the beginning.”
He later served “governors, mayors and politicians to the White House” for his inexperience in the business, saying he had “never run a lemonade.”
“They’ve never run a small business,” he continued. “They don’t know those sleepless nights. What it takes to run a business.”
Brooklyn Dumpling Shop Owners “The new administration is pro-business, because that’s what we’re looking for.”
He said the current government should understand that the vaccine card is a “1983 technology” that requires “police” to provide business owners with “tools to win”.
He warned that the government does not understand that vaccine card holders can be a “super-spreader”.
“Because I can have a wax card,” he explained. “I can be asymptomatic and I can go to my crowded restaurant – our Brooklyn Chop House, our Brooklyn Dumpling Shop – and I can spread it to everyone.”
It has to be converted into a health pass. ”