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Day 2: Going Into Wal-Mart Without A Mask, Nebraska

Posted by M. C. on July 27, 2020

Day 2: Going Into Wal-Mart Without A Mask, Nebraska

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You know, I’ve been going into Wal-Marts and other stores across the country without a mask since all this insanity began in March. But when everyone started really cracking down and Wal-Mart enacted their new nationwide mask policy on July 20, I wasn’t sure how things would go.

I’m not one to shy away from confrontation by any means, (some would even say I relish it- See but there’s something disturbing and evil about this whole forced-masking dynamic. It’s very sad that we have to get ‘a knot in our stomach’ just going to get groceries.

Who would have ever dreamt even six months ago that we’d have to ‘get ready for a fight’ and ‘go into battle’ to ‘exert our rights’ every time we went to the darn grocery store?

In the past decades since 9/11, perhaps such contentious and stress-causing confrontations only occurred when the TSA tried to grope us at the airport or if we got pulled over by a revenue agent traffic cop. [See]

Yet here we are, and we have the choice to either ‘take it easy and comply’, or to exert our God-given rights to breathe normally and be treated as a creature of God with dignity.

So the good news is,, as I began to do this more often, it became easier. I think it’s very important to remain extremely calm and confident, that will give you the upper hand. Try praying to God, your guardian angel and Saint Michael before you go in.

We’ve all seen these videos the corporate media loves to play, of alleged anti-maskers screaming like lunatics or getting violent. We should avoid that at all costs.

Last time I went into Wal-mart was in Missouri; today it was Nebraska. The store in Nebraska City, Nebraska, was astounding, it appeared to have 120% compliance with the face diaper rule. I was the only person without a mask.

The face mask ambassador at the door was very pleasant, no problemo.

Remember, Wal-Mart states on their own website:

“We know it may not be possible for everyone to wear a face covering. Our associates will be trained on those exceptions to help reduce friction for the shopper and make the process as easy as possible for everyone.”

Be seeing you

One Response to “Day 2: Going Into Wal-Mart Without A Mask, Nebraska”

  1. Kenneth T. said

    I’ll do one better – and just NOT shop there in person. Curbside pickup is available and so is delivery.

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