Yesterday I published a blog on Aimee Petrosky, the tyrant gestapo health agent for the town of East Longmeadow who issued a cease and desist and fines to Fenway Golf, a family owned business of 80 years because they were allowing people to use their driving range.
But in case you were wondering what a partisan hack Ms. Boy’s Regular is, she posted this on Facebook two years ago after the Red Hen restaurant in Virginia kicked out Sarah Huckabee Sanders because she worked for President Trump.
So just to review, Aimee Petrosky will support a business hundreds of miles away because they discriminated against a woman over politics, but instead of supporting a business in her own town that wasn’t breaking any laws or violating any social distancing “orders” she gave them a fine and a cease and desist. #Resist
These are the people deciding when our economy reopens. These are the kind of partisan hacks who get to decide whether or not an 80 year old family owned business is able to pay their bills and remain open. The same hypocrite who claimed that she wanted to work with small businesses in East Longmeadow because “this is their livelihood, this is how they feed their families.”
Meanwhile, she’s shutting these people down just because she can. Because she’s a tryrant drunk on power. Meanwhile two towns over in Monson a driving range is open for business, so clearly they could allow them to reopen and nothing would happen. They’re just choosing to be dicks and ruin a family owned business because they can.
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