Biden’s mandates are way worse than the COVID-19 itself… It’s destructive and causes the life of many Americans in misery.
Shana Cottone, a Boston police Sergeant who was placed on leave and relieved of her badge on Jan. 8 over her criticism of the city’s mandate has recently appeared to be disrespected again.
When Cottone and her friends were tried to enjoy their purchased bottled water and pizza at Regina Pizzeria in Boylston Street in Boston, the store manager immediately called the police because Cottone and her friends would not show their vaccine passports.
Previously, Mayor Michelle Wu has enforced the vaccine passport mandate where it requires proof of vaccination for individuals ages 12 and up when entering indoor spaces.
The mandate requires presenting a Center For Disease Control card, a digital image of a CDC card, an image of an official immunization record of at least one dose of a Covid shot or any City of Boston app proving receipt of at least one dose of a Covid vaccine to enter indoor dining, gyms, bars, nightclubs, and entertainment venues. On Feb. 15, the Democrat mayor is demanding everyone prove they have received 2 Covid vaccine doses to enter any indoor venue.
Fortunately, a steamed Facebook live video was available during the altercation of the cops towards Cottone and her friends.
Officer Arigonas was one of the responding officers of the manager’s call said, “I am a police officer and I got called. I am here to talk to you.”
“About what?” Cottone fires back.
“The manager of the establishment says you guys won’t show your vaccination cards,” Arigonas said.
“That’s crap. We don’t show papers,” Cottone maintains.
“Okay, guess what? It’s a private establishment and that’s what they want. They want to see it. It’s mandated by the city and if you guys don’t want to show that, you guys can’t sit down. You can do take-out.”
The officers insist the women leave for failing to provide vaccination proof, but the women don’t budge and remain seated.
“No. You need to leave,” Cottone argues. “Listen. You better watch what you’re doing because you are walking a very thin line right now. The police are not to be enforcing this mandate. You can take yourself and you can leave.”
“I am not doing anything,” Arigonas replies.
“You are. You are violating our rights,” the former sergeant chided.
Upon walking to the restroom, Cottone was followed by one of the police officers and the store owner.
The woman recording the video then shouted, “Imagine on Martin Luther King Day, brother, discriminating against other black people and you turn your back on your own people. You’re a Nazi.”
“That’s the problem! So, we’re the Nazis!” one of the women snaps back. “You decide what part of history you want to be on.“
“They did the same shit to Rosa Parks, so, we’ll park our butts right on the bus,” another woman proclaims.
Later on, Cottone returns to the table and warned the responding officers, “If you are not going to stand by your oath, you shouldn’t be on this job. I am enjoying this product that I purchased here, and you’re going to leave me in peace or I’m going to sue you each individually.”
The sergeant reminds the officers that she was put on leave for protesting Covid tyranny while another officer, Gino, chose to resign rather than trample on civil rights:
Violating people’s rights is not how policing is done. We protect people’s rights. We don’t enforce mandates, we protect rights. Anthony, don’t walk away from me because you know you’re doing the wrong thing. You can stand up against it, okay? Gino Fernandez, my classmate, fourteen years, resigned yesterday. He gave his gun and his badge away. They took my gun and my badge a week and a half ago. Gino gave his back yesterday because he is not going to participate in a corrupt system. You guys can do that too, but you’re bribed by money. You’ve been corrupted by money. Money will never make you righteous.
This is wrong guys. You don’t have to do it. Take your hands out of your vest. That’s not tactically safe, okay?
The other woman then said, “This is the second time today we have been denied service and had the police called on us because we won’t show our papers, Happy Martin Luther King Day.”
Recalling when Cottone and a small group of demonstrators protested in front of Mayor Wu’s Roslindale home with bullhorns at 7 am.
Cottone then told the Boston Globe, “Who is the government to tell me I’m not entitled to die?”
Meanwhile, Mayor Wu called the fascistic policy “B Together.”
“The best way for Boston to stay healthy and support our communities, our businesses, and cultural institutions is for more people to get vaccinated. The B Together policy helps us do that,”
John Cuddy then posted this sharp-pointed picture on his social media.
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