DC bar fights to regain liquor license as mask, vaccine mandates end: 'It makes no sense'

OUTRAGE AS DC CLOSES THE BIG BOARD RESTAURANT OVER VACCINE MANDATE: ‘DRACONIAN COVID MEASURES’

The Big Board managing partner Eric Flannery and his lawyer Robert Alt joined “Fox & Friends” to discuss the closure and how the business has managed to stay afloat as they fight to reopen and regain the liquor license.  

“I just said, everybody is welcome, it’s nothing controversial,” Flannery told co-host Brian Kilmeade. “It’s just about every bar and restaurant in the United States should be doing welcoming everybody.” 

Flannery said the bar lost its liquor license at the end of January and was shut down shortly after on February 3rd. 

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The Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA) suspended the license, accusing the restaurant of violating public health rules. 

“Right now we’re trying to convince them to raise the restrictions and let him open immediately,” Alt stated. “It makes no sense.”

“Every other restaurant, as best as I can tell, in D.C. is able to operate, and they’re no longer checking for vaccine records, and yet The Big Board is forced to be closed,” he continued. 

"Defeat the Mandates" march attendees gather in front of the Lincoln Memorial. 

“Defeat the Mandates” march attendees gather in front of the Lincoln Memorial. 

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