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Nashville Bar Owners Tell Mayor Mayor To Get Bent and Remain Open! – Say Order to Close Bars and Restaurants on Broadway Is UNCONSTITUTIONAL

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Nashville Bar Owners Tell Mayor Mayor To Get Bent and Remain Open! – Say Order to Close Bars and Restaurants on Broadway Is UNCONSTITUTIONAL

OPINION| I am not a medical professional, but something tells me the country is over reacting right now.

The entire nation seems to be on the way to shutting down over a virus with the following mortality rates, according to the Chinese Center For Disease Control and Prevention:

Again, I am not saying that this is not a serious threat for certain people, but to shut the entire nation down?

It just doesn’t seem like a proportionate response, but again, what do I know, I’m not a virologist.

What would we do if we had seen an outbreak of one of these bugs?

It turns out that there are some people who are not going to bend to their local government’s rule

The Gateway Pundit reported:

Earlier Sunday Nashville Mayor John Cooper called for all bars on lower Broadway to close and all restaurants to hold no more than 50 patrons.

According to The Tennessean:

The city’s move, which was praised by some but rejected by at least one prominent area businessman, includes:

closing bars throughout Davidson County, including in the tourist-heavy Lower Broadway area;

limiting restaurant seating to less than 50% of capacity, with no more than 100 individuals allowed in a given establishment; and

limiting bar service at restaurants to 50% capacity with no standing allowed.

This did not go over well with local business owners.

Steve Smith, the owner of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Rippy’s, Honky Tonk Central, Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk Steakhouse & The Diner, responded to the mayor telling him his mandate is “unconstitutional.”
Via John Breslow from WKRN:

The bars will remain open!

What do you think?  Who is right, the mayor or the bar owner?

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