Video of anti-authorization activists attacking New York’s food court has been viewed 1.4 million times


On Saturday, a group of people rushed into a vaccination-only food court in Staten Island, New York, and were photographed video Viewed 1.4 million times on social media.

Many of the clips were shot for FreedomNews TV by freelance journalist Olia Skutkastor. Dozens of people can be seen in footage of a food court marching against New York’s COVID vaccine authorization in the Staten Island Mall.

A clip shows a group of people sitting on a table in the food court chanting the slogan “F *** Joe Biden!“And “America! “, other people passing by also chanted. A man can be seen waving the American flag, while another man wearing a “Trump won” T-shirt kept chanting these words, referring to 2020 Presidential election in 2016.

Warning: The video below contains language that may be offensive.

Once, a protester with a camera said: “Everyone is going to get food and eat. This is what we are going to do here.”

“We are going to meet there, then enter the food court, sit down, and stay as long as possible!” she added.

Weekly newspaper Contacted the Staten Island Shopping Center for comments, but received no response at the time of publication.

according to Full videoAlthough there are signs that COVID vaccination is needed in the area, the protesters did not encounter mall security or were prevented from sitting in the food court.

They were not required to show the vaccine card, although there was a sign at the entrance indicating that they needed it.The food court allows everyone to eat, regardless of their vaccination status pic.twitter.com/36FypIbRFf

-Scooter (@ScooterCasterNY) September 25, 2021

One of the anti-authorization protesters Expressed her disapproval Regarding New York City’s vaccination regulations, he said: “We are all one person if we are vaccinated or not. We should not bring documents or display documents because we live in the United States.”

“We are all alone, vaccinated or unvaccinated, and we should not carry documents or display documents because we live in the United States,” said a counter-authorization protester at the Staten Island Food Court today. pic.twitter.com/ePWNZ2AWyP

-Scooter (@ScooterCasterNY) September 25, 2021

Another protester said when referring to the school’s requirement to wear masks: “They give the children a psychological headache, but they don’t know it yet.” “What happened to’my body, my choice’?”

Mayor of New York Bai Sihao It has been stated that people need to provide proof of COVID vaccination in order to dine in restaurants and enter other places, such as gyms and entertainment venues.

“Now is the time for people to view vaccination as necessary for a good, fulfilling and healthy life,” the mayor said in August.

De Blasio spokesperson Tell Weekly newspaper New York City provides conflict resolution training for restaurants and will continue to do so to help them adapt to new COVID-related initiatives, the key to the New York Pass. This program is a way for people to enter the indoor environment by using the NYC COVID Safe app, which stores an image of a person’s vaccination card, which they can use as a proof of vaccination status in the future.

Some protesters chanted against President Joe Biden, and one of the men also said that “Trump won” referring to the 2020 presidential election. The picture above is the sign seen at a restaurant in the Upper West Side of New York on August 17. This is the first day you must show proof of Covid-19 vaccination to participate in indoor dining. -Vaccine regulations also include indoor stadiums and all indoor entertainment venues in New York City.
Photograph by TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images



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