NYC Protesters Arrested at Brooklyn Burger King for Refusing to Show Vaccine Cards

By Ian Miles Cheong

The Burger King at Fulton and Adams Streets in Brooklyn, near Borough Hall, in Downtown Brooklyn was the site of an anti-mandate rally Monday, whereupon protesters gathered to protest the city’s vaccine mandate on Monday evening.

After protests outside Brooklyn’s Borough Hall, the current office of Mayor-Elect Eric Adams, protesters were arrested for trespassing after refusing to show their vaccine cards at a local Burger King. Hundreds of protesters made their case in freezing Brooklyn temps, demanding that Adams lift the mandates upon taking office in January.

According to local citizen journalist Leeroy Johnson, the NYPD responded and informed that that if theydid not leave, they would be arrested. Several were taken out in cuffs and reportedly charged with criminal trespass.

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