Restaurant Fights Vaccine Discrimination By Refusing To Serve These People

In this wide and wild nation, chocked full of disparate and dynamic opinions, the freedom afforded us by the Constitution allows us to spend an inordinate amount of time and resources to simply prove a point.

Because, in America, we take pride in exercising our First Amendment rights, sometimes at the risk of appearing slightly petty in the process.

A restaurant in California is now taking this sort of contrarian schtick to the next level.

Basilico’s Pasta e Vino in Huntington Beach has posted notices outside the Italian eatery signaling a clear rebuke of medical tyranny as an increasing number of restaurants and venues discriminate against non-injected people.

“Proof of being UNvaccinated required,” the signs read.

“We have zero tolerance for treasonous, anti-American stupidity. Thank you for pondering.”

Over on Instagram, the company explained their choices a little more thoroughly.

“More American counties, cities, and businesses doubling down on anti-American lockdown mandates? Well ‘Basilico’s Pasta e Vino’ just tripled down: From day one, never complied, banned masks, and now … requiring proof of being Un-vaccinated!” the company wrote.

Meanwhile, restaurants around the nation are now dealing with how best to interpret the latest CDC mask guidance switch, all while employees remain scarce and the “delta” variant continues to spread.

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