Ainslie Wine and Beer Garden Owner: I Have 50-60 Jobs to Offer Because of the ‘Anti-Stimulus Package’

‘Our government [is] encouraging people to stay home instead of working when we actually have jobs to offer’

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BONTEMPO: "Well, with the unemployment benefits being extended it's difficult to get people back. I would say I probably have about 50 or 60 jobs to offer that I cannot fill right now."
VARNEY: "50 or 60?"
BONTEMPO: "50 or 60 across my for locations. So, I have -- I have Ainslie --"
VARNEY: "Ok, look, I’m sorry to interrupt you because we've got a delay here. But look, you've got to survive here. You're back in business. You’re open again. Well, how has it affected you? I mean, can you handle the demand for food and drink in your restaurants without the staff?"
BONTEMPO: "We are dealing with it the best we can. It's -- it's definitely the -- this -- I call it the anti-stimulus package with these -- with our government encouraging people to stay home instead of working when we actually have jobs to offer and we can’t fill them.”

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