What a way to think as these people do.
Store Mask Bully Unleashes on Children, Tells Them ‘I Hope You All Die’
By Johnathan Jones
Published July 29, 2020 at 3:42pm
Even young children are not being spared during a rash of recent incidents in which pro-mask bullies have attacked complete strangers during their patrols of stores, parks and other locations looking for mask violators amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.
A disturbing video posted to social media is a perfect demonstration of what can occur when those who feel entitled to enforce mask policies go too far.
A mother who entered a Walmart in Gainesville, Georgia, with her small children last week became the victim of mask bullying when she and her children were verbally assaulted by a grown woman wearing a mask, who felt compelled to point out that they were not. . . .
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. . . Desiree Alis Vansickle, is confronted by an apparently deranged stranger.
Despite Vansickle informing her assailant that her children were too young to wear masks, per the store’s policy, the woman went on an unhinged rant. . . .
. . . Looking at Vansickle and her young children, the masked assailant said, “I hope you all die.”
Vansickle, who was obviously stirred by the encounter, responded, “You take care of yourself.”
“You’re going to kill me and my husband,” the masked assailant added. . . .
As the masked assailant walked away, she turned around and boasted, “I’m wearing a mask,” as if her virtuous decision to cover her face absolved her from the verbal assault on the children and their mother.
Walmart exempts small children from wearing masks in its stores, CNNreported, but incidents such as this are becoming a trend. . .
. . . The young mother is the latest victim to report being bullied . . .
Last week, a couple in California was actually attacked with pepper spray by a woman who allegedly became enraged when she saw them having a picnic outdoors without wearing their masks. . . .
. . . some citizens have taken it upon themselves to become the enforcers of mask policies and mandates.
The country is without a doubt going through unprecedented times, and tensions are high. . . .
Instead of seeing more examples of unity amid the county’s woes, we are too often seeing the worst in people.
While the masked assailant in Georgia had her face covered, she let her own mask — so to speak — slip off, exposing her as a person filled with rage, fear and aggressiveness. . . .