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Four NYC Anti-Mandate Activists Arrested by Around 30 NYPD Officers For Attempting to Eat at Applebee’s Without Proof of COVID-19 Inoculation


A hectic scene unfolded Tuesday night at the Cheesecake Factory inside Queens Center Mall as six anti-mandate activists were arrested by the NYPD for trying to patronize the establishment.

On Wednesday night, anti-mandate activists attempted to exercise their rights of eating a meal without discrimination at a nearby Applebee’s.

The activists tried to order food without disclosing their private medical information (COVID-19 inoculation status) and were denied service.

Dozens of NYPD officers arrived on the scene to respond to the activists committing the “crime” of trying to eat at a restaurant like a free citizen of this country.

Witnesses at the scene estimate that around 30 NYPD officers arrived at Applebee’s to handle the “dangerous” situation.

Apparently, New York City doesn’t have any violent crimes for police to investigate anymore.

NYPD is too busy “following orders” to arrest law-abiding citizens who refuse to disclose their COVID-19 inoculation status to order a meal.

Below is footage of the arrest of four citizens who refused to leave after being denied service at Applebee’s for refusing to disclose their private medical information.

*Source – Leeroy Press*

*Source – Leeroy Press*

One person arrested is a well-known anti-mandate activist who lost her job in the NYC school system for refusing to comply with Mayor De Blasio’s COVID-19 jab mandate.

Another individual removed from the restaurant in handcuffs is a decorated army veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The arrested war veteran was also arrested at Cheesecake Factory Tuesday night for exercising his rights that he defended for all American citizens.

Cara Castronuova interviewed the retired U.S. Army veteran for this piece featured in Gateway Pundit:

Mitchell Bosch, a retired United States Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and Iraq, was one of the men arrested.

“I served in Afghanistan, I served in Iraq,” said Bosch. “We are fighting an army much stronger than us. The enemy is the politicians, the oligarchies.  We have to do civil disobedience in order to get medical freedom. All we want to do is get something to eat and drink and we will gladly get out of here. This is what its gonna take to get America to wake up- people to sacrifice, to get comfortable with getting uncomfortable. Our time is now. This is holding the line- today. We as the people take a stand. Even if it means we go spend a little time behind bars- we will not comply. WE WILL NOT COMPLY. Medical Freedom is not negotiable. Plain and simple. NOT NEGOTIABLE. I fought for this country in order to give everybody the opportunity for freedom- and I am not going to go down. I am willing to die for my country for freedom.”

Here’s footage of the arrest from one of the anti-mandate activists live streaming from the restaurant.

Scroll to the final 10 minutes for the moments leading to the arrest.

The unlawful arrest for legally patronizing a business sparked outrage amongst other anti-mandate activists.

Reports indicate the anti-mandate activists were released from the 112th precinct after being imprisoned for over five hours.

Following the incident, Applebee’s allegedly threw out one of the activist’s coats after being arrested by the NYPD.

With the recent arrests of citizens attempting to legally patronize businesses without disclosing their COVID-19 inoculation status, some believe New York City is treading down a path like Australia.

NYPD’s enforcement of the illegal COVID-19 jab mandate is not a good sign for things moving forward in the Big Apple.

It’s a sign that law enforcement is more willing to “follow orders” than uphold the U.S Constitution.


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