“Are You Going to Pay My Rent?!” SoCal Restaurant Owner Argues with Brown Shirt ‘Health Inspectors’ Issuing Him Citation For Staying Open (VIDEO)

A California restaurant owner fed up with Newsom’s war on small businesses decided to fight back after brown shirt health inspectors harassed him and cited him for the ‘crime’ of staying open.

Anton Van Happen, owner of “Nick the Greek” in Ventura, California was cited by health inspectors because he put tables and chairs outside of his establishment as a form of protest.

Van Happen continued to only serve take out orders and never actually served customers in the outdoor seating, but he was cited anyway.

He followed all the rules, but health inspectors harassed him because of his protest.

“Are you going to pay my rent?!” he yelled at the brown shirts standing in his restaurant.

“Why aren’t you at Costco right now, there’s 500 people inside Costco!” a customer standing in the doorway of the restaurant yelled at the inspectors.


The brown shirt cited the restaurant owner.


After the health inspectors left, someone watching the reporter’s livestream called in and ordered $100 worth of food and a $100 tip for the staff.


To see more reporting from Jorge Ventura Media on Gavin Newsom’s war on small businesses, click here.

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