Posted originally on the conservative tree house on February 3, 2021 by Sundance
Friend of the TreeHouse John Spiropoulos spent time traveling around the country to get in-person interviews with people who have been impacted by the COVID shutdowns.
During his trip, John stopped in Arizona to meet with several businesses who have been impacted to share the real life outcomes of government policy. These are people, not statistics. These arbitrary COVID regulations are hurting families, loved-ones and middle-class people who are just trying to earn a living.
“”Brutal. Devastating.” That’s how small businesses describe the economic shutdowns imposed by state and local governments due to the China Virus. The shutdowns have forced the closure of tens of thousands of business and thrown millions of people out of work. This is one of a series of reports on the economic shutdowns. It features a report on Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, a chain of 50 restaurants.” ~John Spiropoulos
Thanks to your support, John has traveled 7,000 miles from California to Washington DC while interviewing patriots along the way. Your financial support has been critical in helping to defer the costs of John’s ground reports. GoFundMe Here – GiveSendGo Here
Above and below are the first three of John’s Let’s Roll America reports on the devastating impact of the state and local government restrictions on economic activity. One is about a pizza chain, another is a surgery center, a third is a hotel. Also tomorrow we will share the story of kids in sports trying to get college scholarships or go pro. Later, there will be stories about mom’s dealing with the troubling isolation of their children.
The shutdowns have forced the closure of tens of thousands of business and thrown millions of people out of work. This next video is one of a series of reports on the economic shutdowns. It features a report on a hotel in Flagstaff, Arizona.
This next video features a report on Trusted Care Surgery Centers which were hard hit by surgery restrictions issued by the state of Arizona.