NYC restaurateur refuses to follow state vaccine mandate and dares Gov. Kathy Hochul to arrest him

A New York City restaurant owner said he would not follow the city’s vaccine mandate for private employees and dared the governor to arrest him. 

Stratis Morfogen, owner of The Brooklyn Chop Shop and Dumpling Shop, told Fox’s Tucker Carlson on Thursday that the state is wrong to continue to impose its mandate after restauranteurs struggled throughout the pandemic and helped feed first responders. 

‘I’m not doing the mandate, and I told Governor [Kathy] Hochul to come and arrest me,’ he said. 

‘I’m not doing it because, first of all, the employees we have, these were our heroes. In [the] early part of COVID, we fed 8,400 health care workers. 

‘I’m not firing these people for a jab for a job,’ he said.

Morfogen added that he was glad the US Supreme Court agreed with him after they voted 6-3 to block his sweeping rules on private companies, which included a vaccine mandate, in a crushing blow to his pandemic response on Thursday. 

Stratis Morfogen (right), owner of The…

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