Reopening a bar after 50 days closed by the government is almost like reopening a brand new bar. Eric Flannery, owner of The Big Board in Washington, DC, has reopened his doors and is finally getting his day in federal court to challenge the unconstitutional closure of his bar/restaurant during the pandemic lockdowns. When Eric tweeted, “everyone is welcome” refusing to discriminate against his customers’ vaccination status, the city shut him down. Robert Alt, CEO of The Buckeye Institute, is representing Eric in a David v. Goliath legal battle to vindicate the underlying principle that the rule of law applies, even during states of emergency, and that government can’t limit your rights simply because it says so.
Shut Down Indefinitely: The Big Board v. District of Columbia | Part 2
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Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. Sam has over a decade of experience in cinematic storytelling, acting, and production. Sam directed Free the People’s How to Love Your Enemy, a full-length documentary about restorative justice. He also hosts three series at Free the People: Freedom Over Fear, Cult of Wokeness, and Liberty Beats.View Full Bio