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Heroic NYC Tailor Stands Up to New York’s Shutdown Order by Opening Up His Store

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Eliot Rabin has had enough of Andrew Cuomo’s shutdown order.

Rabin is the owner of a men’s clothing store New York City’s Upper East Side, who is standing up to Cuomo’s lockdown measure by reopening his business.

The New York state government recently shutdown all non-essential businesses in the state.

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Rabin is the owner of  “Peter Elliot” and told the New York Post that “I’m opening my doors come hell or high water.”

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He asked, “Why is a liquor store essential and I’m not?”

Rabin re-opened the store on April 22, 2020 declaring that it was the only way he could keep the business afloat and keep his staff of 21 people gainfully employed.

“I’m fighting for the soul of my company and my people,” he told the Post. “I’m doing what I think is right to protect my business and employees from this disaster.”

Rabin said he was not worried about being singled out by Cuomo.

“If I do get in trouble, it will be for the right reasons,” he proclaimed. “What are they going to do? Yell and scream at me? Fine me $500? It would be worth it, for me to be able to open my mouth and say this is not equitable. If they try to arrest me, I’ll say, ‘Am I in a police state now?’ They’re not going to arrest me.”

The store owner concluded, “I hope everyone comes back, but I know they won’t. I’m doing the commonsense thing to protect my business.”

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WTF: Border Wall Construction Crew is Busted for Smuggling from Mexico in Texas

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According to a report form Breitbart News, Border Patrol agents tasked with patrolling the Rio Grande City Station spotted a pickup truck close to Rio Grande in Fronton on July 20, 2020.

The agents witnessed the vehicle parking close to a new wall construction site. A number of individuals were spotted putting items onto the back of the truck and then driving off toward Highway 83.

Then, the vehicle turned east and started heading toward Roma, Texas. The agents eventually carried out a traffic stop on a yellow and black Ford F-250.

The suspect did not comply with the stop and started fleeing on foot south on Lincoln Avenue and headed towards the border. Jaeson Jones of Breitbart noted that this “common tactic is known as a ‘bailout.’”

Agents saw the driver dive right into the Rio Grande and swim his way back into Mexico. Focusing their attention back at the F-250, agents arrested five people who were seen loading the truck. Law enforcement sources reported that these individuals were in the U.S. illegally.

The vehicle was allegedly registered to CMF Leasing in Fort Worth, Texas. There were decals on the truck that promoted Southwest Valley Constructors (SWVC), a firm that is currently contracted to build a border wall system.

On top of that, the investigation revealed that the driver was identified as a resident of Roma who was by employed SWVC, according to Border Patrol agents account of the incident.

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Law enforcement sources informed Breitbart Texas that the driver has a prior history of smuggling activity.

On May 28, 2019, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) partnered with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) to award a contract to construct about three miles of new bollard wall system on federally lands situated within the Rio Grande Valley Sector.

Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. received a contract for $42,860,000. In addition, Kiewit has an office located at the same address in Fort Worth where the F-250 is registered at.

The road to securing America’s border will not be easy.

America is dealing with a failed state in Mexico, so there will be plenty of bad actors looking to exploit America’s flawed border policies and undermine its sovereignty.

Thankfully, the U.S. has a presidential administration that is quickly working to tackle border security.

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