Long Island Strip Club Owner Sues New York Governor Andrew Cuomo And SBA Over Covid-19 Restrictions
Long Island strip club owner Sean McCarthy has owned Blush Gentleman’s Club in Commack since 1997.
McCarthy claims New York State stripped of his constitutional rights. Now he has filed a federal lawsuit against Cuomo and the state of New York. The target of his wrath is New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
The Long Island strip club owner filed suit against Cuomo over his executive orders shuttering non-essential businesses amid the pandemic.
McCarthy’s attorney, Joe Murray told the New York Post:
NY Governor Andrew Cuomo Named 2019 U-Haul Salesman Of The Year As People Flee New York State
The United Census Bureau says people are fleeing New York much faster than any other state in the nation. As a result, U-Haul has named NY Governor Andrew Cuomo the 2019 U-Haul Salesman of the Year.
U-Haul CEO Joe Shoen said, “Governor Cuomo has been a valuable unofficial member of the U-Haul team. I want to personally thank Andrew for all his hard work. He has helped make U-Haul the #1 moving company in North America for six years in a row!”
More than 76,000 people packed up and shipped out of New York State during 2019. They are heading to states such as Florida, Georgia and Texas. All three are the fastest-growing states in the U.S.
After New York, the states that saw most people leaving were Illinois with 51,250 departees. West Virginia was second with 12,144 people leaving and Louisiana had 10,896 leave the state.