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Corporate Franchises Enforcing Rules on Behalf of Government Weasels

by bill - 2020-11-17 ( life / health / covid )

from needtoknow.news

Anonymous said: "Since Biden was declared the winner, the neo-fascists coming out of the woodwork. I was in Trader Joe's and my mask wasn't over my nose. Some shelf stacker took it upon himself to order me to cover my nose."

Bill: "I was asked by the woman behind the counter at Moe's Southwest Grill today at lunch to pull my mask up, too. I wear a red bandanna (like a bank robber) instead of those stupid disposable surgical masks (when forced). I snapped at her, "I'm six feet away from you!" She said, "I'm sorry. Company policy." I then added, "There is no "pandemic". And I won't ever be coming back here." She wasn't sorry. She was a bitch. It's the corporate chain outlets that are enforcing rules that governments know they can't legally enforce. And here in Spring Hill, surprisingly, there are almost no mom-and-pop-owned businesses who, like this guy, might put up a sign saying "no masks required", just brain-dead fascist corporate chains." :)

I love the memes, like this one, at the page mentioned above.

DISCLAIMER: We are not medical professionals but can comprehend the various articles linked on this site. Think for yourself. Make up your own mind. Those of us with reading comprehension skills and healthy immune systems are much better off trusting our own body versus the profit-driven pharmaceutical industry.


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