“Wall Street, which is a beautiful pedestrian mall, has for the last six weeks become totally desolate. People aren’t walking here anymore,” he said.
“The food industry does not have anybody in the 1 percent, workers or owners,” said Epstein, who has no love for the protesters.
But he also pointed a finger at the NYPD and City Hall, which he said had ignored his pleas for help.
“I’m saying to all of them, understand the consequences of your actions. As a result of you guys making these decisions, a small business that just invested in your city is threatened, as well as all of the jobs here,” he said.