I shop at Albertson’s.
I’m going to walk into the store without my mask.
I wear the gator-style face masks, so it’s around my neck when not on my face.
If a store employee asks me to put on the mask, I’ll pull it over my face. When they walk away, I’ll take it off.
If a customer asks me to put on my mask, I’ll ignore them. If they press me, I’ll get in their face with the ‘science.’
How long are they going to press me when I’m talking ‘facts’ in their face with vehemence, spittle flying, and no mask?
Put in their place, they’ll stay there. Or maybe they’ll scurry-off to find some store employee. Like that $9 an hour person wants to deal with me.
If that happens, I’ll put on the mask. When they walk away, I’ll take it off.
I’m not going to wear the mask at the checkout line. If an employee asks, I’ll put it on, saying, “Alright, if that makes you feel safe.”
I know they don’t want to wear the masks, either. No one in the service industry does.
It’s time we stood up.
No one wants to be the ‘Rosa Parks’ of this movement. None of us wanted this.
“If one person refuses to comply, the government or control authority can, and likely will, intervene. However, if tens of thousands rebuke these unconstitutional decrees, there isn't a damn thing govt can do to stop it... and they know it. A non-compliant snowball becomes an unstoppable freedom avalanche.”
Beginning on Monday, I’m going to stop wearing the mask.