Although medical experts have clarified daily that the use of masks helps prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, but some people continue to rebel and start being anti-mask.
An Anti-mask group invades a Target
A recent Twitter post that has received nearly eight thousand retweets and at least 36 likes since it was shared about 18 hours ago illustrates the controversy.
The tweet shows a video of about eight young people walking at least one aisle through a store that looks like Target, yelling at the rest of the people: “Take off your mask” and “look at us, we’re setting an example.” Some wear the iconic cap of President Donald Trump supporters.
Anti-maskers in Florida invade a Target pic.twitter.com/Z8TWbl8ihD
— Fifty Shades of Whey (@davenewworld_2) September 16, 2020
The user who hung the video, @davenewworld_2, wrote “Anti-mask people in Florida invade a Target.” He didn’t detail where in the state the incident occurred. It is not known whether that user recorded it or only copied it from someone else.
Wedding officiated by anti-mask pastor in Maine kills 5, sickens at least 175. https://t.co/gfykpDXTPe
— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) September 15, 2020