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The New Jim Crow – Chicago Segregates Restaurants by Vaxxed & Unvaxxed


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It’s not an understatement to say that in parts of America, those unvaccinated for the experimental COVID-19 jab are now second-class citizens.

For months, I’ve warned people (whether they listen or not) that we’re heading down a road to a two-tiered society where unvaxxed citizens are discriminated against in every part of society.

And the deep-blue city of Chicago has reached that point.

Case in point, restaurants.

Many restaurants in the city have made the decision to segregate their patrons based on vaxxed and unvaxxed.

If you’ve had the experimental jab, then you get a nifty bracelet and get to eat with zero restrictions.

But if you’re unvaccinated, you still get treated like a dirty leper.

For restaurant owners and other businesses who play along with this discrimination, they’re complicit in the rollout of this two-tiered society reminiscent of Jim Crow.

And I have zero interest supporting businesses who play along.

CBS Chicago reported:

Although the city is still in the bridge phase of its reopening plan, city guidance allows businesses to operate with no restrictions as long as only vaccinated people are allowed in that area.

Those will be in place at Moe’s Cantina this weekend, where a neon bracelet will be the key to a seat in the unrestricted vaccinated section of the restaurant.  The unvaccinated section will continue to have distanced tables and partitions.

“We decided to divide, and you’re free to come on this side, go to the bar. You can be pre-pandemic,” said owner Sam Sanchez.

He said customers will have to show proof of their full vaccination to get a pink bracelet to relax in a seat or stool in the area with no restrictions.

“Just back to normal,” he said.

This made possible through brand new city guidelines just announced this week saying “establishments can operate without COVID-19 restrictions within their establishment if only vaccinated patrons and employees are allowed in within that area.”

Sanchez said the city has already signed off on this. And it’s going to make all the difference.

“I think this helps the businesses get back to a not even a break even but close to a break even,” he said.

Sanchez also acts as Chairman of the Illinois Restaurant Association. He acknowledges there has been a lot of confusion about new guidance about masks and the reopening process with federal, state and city differences.

“There’s always new guidance and there’s a lot of miscommunication,” he said.

That’s why the city is hosting webinars for business owners on these new rules. Businesses with late hour licenses can operate without restrictions, but only if all customers are vaccinated. Dance floors can reopen with no masks or distancing, again, only if a business has verified those people are vaccinated.

“That’s the direction we want to go to get back to normal,” Sanchez said.

Businesses can choose to allow only vaccinate people in, and city officials say several businesses, specifically smaller bars, have already reached out about that option.

Zero Hedge added commentary:

This weekend, at Moe’s Cantina Chicago, neon bracelets will be handed out to vaccinated people where they can mingle in an unrestricted section in the restaurant. For everyone else, the unvaccinated section will have socially distanced tables and partitions.

“We decided to divide, and you’re free to come on this side, go to the bar. You can be pre-pandemic,” said owner Sam Sanchez.

Sanchez said customers would have to show proof of their complete vaccination history to relax in a no restriction section that resembles a pre-COVID world.

The discrimination against people who are vaxxed and non-vaxxed is made part by Lightfoot’s liberal run City Hall, who announced last week, “establishments can operate without COVID-19 restrictions within their establishment if only vaccinated patrons and employees are allowed in within that area.”

Sanchez serves as Chairman of the Illinois Restaurant Association and says the direction the city government is taking “is to get the economy back to normal.”

Good intentions may very well lead to a two-tiered society where the “vaxxed” discriminate against the “non-vaxxed.”



 

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