March 24, 2021 | Basilico’s Pasta e Vino Entertainment |
Remember Tony Roman?
“Many of you saw Tony Roman, the owner of Basilico’s Pasta e Vino in Huntington Beach, a couple months ago at the Reopen San Diego SpeakLoudly event. Tony Roman is a true hero for standing up for freedom and giving other restaurant owners hope to fight to stay fully open with no restrictions.
2 days ago on Wednesday, 3/24/21, there was a second hearing scheduled with the California Alcohol Beverage Control, which he chose not to appear at, and instead submitted a video to the judge.
Keep in mind that Tony had OSHA search warrants served on him, police have come to his restaurant and Tony has received death threats to burn down his restaurant.
Even the county and state employees who have been sent by elected officials have admitted to Tony that they were on his side, they felt bad they had to harass him and were only doing what they were told.
Please watch this powerful message and follow the action steps below…
After you watch, please send an email to this email address.
Use your own words, or simply state “I support Tony Roman and Basilico’s Pasta e Vino in their stand.”
Then attach the video link. Be sure to include this video link.
ADDITIONALLY, if you feel inspired, call the director, Eric Hirata at (916) 419-2525 and leave whatever message you’d like.
The goal is that you all will email ABC with this message and they will get the video hundreds of times.
It’s a simple thing to do, but if we all do it, it will have a powerful impact.
Thank you all in advance for your support of Tony who is standing powerfully and boldly for the freedoms we are all fighting for!”