VA Business Owners Forced to Watch Their Livelihoods Die as COVID Restrictions Push Customers Across a Street Which Doubles as the State Line

VA Business Owners Forced to Watch Their Livelihoods Die as COVID Restrictions Push Customers Across a Street Which Doubles as the State Line


Everyone knows that the coronavirus is far more transmissible after 10 p.m., right?

Bristol, Virginia, is located in the western part of the state on the Tennessee border, nearly 400 miles from Washington, D.C.

State Street, located in the downtown area, separates it from its twin city of Bristol, Tennessee. According to CNN, “Though split across two states, Bristol is one community, with one chamber of commerce.”

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Different states, different governors, different rules.

Outkick’s Clay Travis interviewed J.J. Gillenwater and Blair Jones, the owners of a restaurant in Bristol, Virginia, on his radio show.

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These men must issue a last call to their customers at 9:30 p.m. because state law requires them to close at 10 p.m.

Gillenwater told Travis they watch as their customers “cross the street into Bristol, Tennessee,” where there are no COVID-related curfews, and carry on. “You can

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