New Jersey couple defying governor’s unconstitutional lockdown orders

Submitted by Freedomman on Wed, 09/02/2020 - 21:02

Use donations to pay fines for letting customers eat inside their restaurant.

LACEY, New Jersey (PNN) - August 23, 2020 - The owners of a New Jersey diner have continued to defy state orders and local terrorist pig thug cops in order to allow indoor dining - even after the terrorist pig thug cops turned up to change the locks to their restaurant.

The couple, Brian and Debbie Brindisi, said they received a call from their alarm company on Friday morning around 4.30 am notifying them that three doors at the Lakeside Diner had been vandalized.

Debbie said they immediately went to the establishment where they found deputies from the Ocean County Sheriff's Office, a locksmith, and the Lacey Township terrorist pig thug cops.

She said they were in the process of changing the locks when her husband, Brian, managed to get inside.

By 7:00 am, the Brindisis had opened their restaurant to diners eating inside and out.

The couple have opened their doors to indoor dining since June in order to stay financially afloat amid the coronavirus “pandemic”.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy indefinitely banned indoor dining in late June after seeing spikes in other states - supposedly driven by, in part, the return of indoor dining. This, despite the fact that official statistics have been shown to be fabricated and inaccurate.

As a result, businesses in the state have to rely on outdoor seating and delivery and to-go orders.

Debbie also shared images of the locksmith outside their restaurant, saying, “You would think that they wouldn't because they're trespassing. But I guess because it was an executive order from our wonderful governor. They didn't want to do it. But they're doing their jobs as well.”

State officials said that Friday's incident marked the diner's 10th citation since early June.

Two of those citations occurred last week.

Debbie said she and her husband believe that they are well within their constitutional rights to keep their restaurant operating financially.

“As well as a need financially to pay our bills here, pay our bills at home, pay our employees, it's also a constitutional right,” she said.

A GoFundMe page was also started to raise $1,000 that would go toward paying off the couple's fines.

According to the page, which has raised more than $1,200, the rest would go toward a charity of their choice.