Reverse Vaccine Passport: Huntington Beach Restaurant Demands Proof of Being UNVAXED to Enter

Chris Menahan
Jul. 28, 2021

It's happening again!!!


From Los Angeles Times, "Huntington Beach restaurant urges unvaccinated diners in rebuff of COVID precautions":
When restaurants across California halted indoor dining as the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in March 2020, Basilico's Pasta e Vino in Huntington Beach continued to welcome patrons.

When officials issued an order for establishments to mandate face coverings to stem the spread of the virus, the Orange County eatery declared itself a mask-free zone and required that diners remove them before entering.

This week, the Italian restaurant issued another decree: Proof of being unvaccinated is required for entry.

Two signs bearing the message were taped to the windows of the restaurant, which is nestled between a gym and a sustainable beauty salon in a small strip mall at Hamilton Avenue and Brookhurst Street.

"We have zero tolerance for treasonous, anti-American stupidity," the signs read.

Although an employee confirmed the eatery is not actually checking patrons' vaccine status, the signs appear to be a poke in the eye to those who support vaccinations and other measures to stem the growing spread of the virus.
God bless these absolute KINGS!

This appears to be the planned announcement they referenced in the video above:

If you're in the LA area, give these Italian stallions some business and encourage them to go all out with it!

There's no excuse not to support them, they even sell their own jarred tomato sauce!

This follows a similar move in April from Leila Centner's exclusive Miami private school, Centner Academy, implementing a reverse vaccine passport where they told teachers who took the experimental injections to stay away from their students lest they "transmit something."

Two can play at this game!

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