Texas bar owners protest ‘Bar Lives Matter’

Bar owners in Texas reported that they held a protest in response to the government’s second order closure due to the coronavirus.

Tee Allen Parker, owner of Machine Shed Bar and Grille, called Tuesday’s event “Bar Lives Matter” with a distinct reference to the Black Lives Matter movement against police brutality.

It was founded in Parker, Texas Gov., located in Kilgore, Texas, about two hours south of Dallas. Greg sues Abbot for bar closings – he claims he has ruined his livelihood and forced most of his peers to go bankrupt, According to CBS Austin.

“This one chooses winners and losers,” says Parker’s lawyer, Jared Woodfill. “Gov Abbott has chosen to impose bar owners on bankruptcy. “

As part of the latest coronavirus scheme, Texas did not close or limit capacity in other businesses, such as hair salons, tattoo salons, and nail studios. The order required restaurants to operate at 50 percent capacity.

“You can’t tell me that my little little stick is the problem. That’s the problem. Parker previously told the Washington Post. “It targets us and discrimination.”

Parker also held a ‘Bar Lives Matter’ protest last week at the Machinery Club and plans to host another in Capitol state on Sunday.

Texas has had a record number of cases since the state reopened earlier this year. The state currently has 160,000 confirmed cases and 2,424 deaths from COVID-19.

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