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Offline Emile

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School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
« on: April 29, 2021, 06:10:39 PM »
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  • School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting… So the PARENTS Legally ELECT a New Board

    VAIL, AZ -- In an awesome display of Americanism, parents of the Vail, Arizona school system have managed to END MASK mandates -- on their own accord!

    Before the meeting even started, the school board members WALKED OUT of the proceeding, prompting parents to look into the defined rules. Turns out, the parents actually had the right to ELECT an entirely new board!

    https://rightwingbuzz.com/?p=559


    They scored one for the Deplorables! :fryingpan:

    Somewhat disappointed by the lack of tar, feathers, and rail though.
    Patience is a conquering virtue. The learned say that, if it not desert you, It vanquishes what force can never reach; Why answer back at every angry speech? No, learn forbearance or, I'll tell you what, You will be taught it, whether you will or not.
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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #1 on: April 29, 2021, 06:33:24 PM »
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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #2 on: April 29, 2021, 06:44:46 PM »
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  • VAIL, AZ -- parents of the Vail, Arizona school system have managed to END MASK mandates -- on their own accord!

    Before the meeting even started, the school board members WALKED OUT of the proceeding, prompting parents to look into the defined rules. Turns out, the parents actually had the right to ELECT an entirely new board!

    https://rightwingbuzz.com/?p=559

    I keep saying, we need to RESIST this nonsense every step of the way, with every fiber of our being.
    Make them tell us to put on the masks. Every. single. time. we visit a store. And once we put it on, we need to take it off as soon as we're out of eyeshot of the Gestapo. If everyone did this, this CÖVÌD scamdemic would die the death it deserves.
    Everyone going along with it is part of the problem. You are either part of the problem, or part of the solution. It's that simple. Perhaps a SMALL part of the problem or a SMALL part of the solution -- but what you're doing either helps the cause (of human freedom, God, anti-ƈσmmυɳιsm) or hurts it.
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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #3 on: April 29, 2021, 06:47:54 PM »
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  • If you can get away with it, don't even wear a mask or bring one in with you. Not even around your neck.

    If they make you put it on at the door, take it off as soon as they're not looking.

    WORST CASE SCENARIO: If they post employees at the entrance to every grocery aisle, then put on the mask ONLY when they're looking at YOU (or telling you to put it on) then as soon as you're several steps away, out of eyeshot, take it off again! Don't pretend this does no good: Other shoppers will see this.

    WE HAVE TO RESIST. WEAR OUT THESE B***ARDS. Make them work for it. Don't put your head in the noose by your own power! Make them restrain you at least.

    AND YES, that especially goes for the "useful idiots" who enforce this.

    1. They are petty tyrants, bullies -- the good guys all refused these jobs, they moved on to other careers, telling interviewers they left the restaurant industry, etc. because they couldn't stand telling people to put on masks all day. That leaves those jobs for -- you guessed it! The bullies and psychopaths who enjoy being mean to others; those who lack empathy for others.

    2. They are human and will get sick of it eventually. If the store can't find people to enforce the tyranny, they might just be forced to forget about the tyranny. Right?


    And if a man sees an old lady, young lady, child, etc. being bullied to wear a mask -- stand up for them! Show some Christian chivalry. Grow a pair!
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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #4 on: April 30, 2021, 08:08:26 AM »
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  • I'd like to see a follow up on this.  For some reason, I doubt that the government or the school district staff is going to recognize anything this new school board does and it will all be ignored.  Government seldom allows democracy within their midst.


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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #5 on: April 30, 2021, 12:08:22 PM »
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  • I keep saying, we need to RESIST this nonsense every step of the way, with every fiber of our being.

    But when it comes to commerce, the power mostly rests with the enforcers.  Regarding walking around masked or unmasked, outside, yes.  But in my local stores, there are signs from the owners that the unmasked will not be served.  So, there's no forcing of wearing a mask, but making a purchase is contingent upon it.  That's the coercion involved.

    Thus, as I said earlier on a different thread, it has to start with the merchants.  Merchants have to either publicly disavow this, on their own or in concert, or not mount such a sign in their place of business, not wear masks themselves, and not demand it as a contingency. The sellers have the power.  

    Government agencies and other institutions are subject to different processes, but merchants hold a tremendous amount of power in this regard.  Just say No:  there are too many of you for law enforcement to succeed in stopping all the commerce in just about any city that is not a village.  When the merchants do this, it will separate the sheep from the goats.  The artificially terrified or control-freaks will at first refuse to patronize unmasked businesses, but if the most popular businesses join in, the public will eventually have nowhere to go.  Lots of things can be ordered online, but gas for your car and hand-chosen produce are another matter. At that point, all the patrons will be left with as an option, is their own mask, which is always what should have been an option, and not a mandate. No one's preventing them from wearing a mask or even a hazmat suit, and there's no law preventing anyone from making a fool out of himself.

    Of course, wearing one's own mask would expose the lie that claims that wearing masks prevents your own transmission to others, not their transmission to you.  ("Oh, look at my virtue signals!  What a heroine I am to wear a mask to prevent the CÖVÌD that I don't have, or had a year ago, from affecting every customer at Walmart.") 

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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #6 on: April 30, 2021, 12:17:20 PM »
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  • It's a year later and people still don't know that the law is on their side.

    No shoes, no shirt, no service?  Nope.  Doesn't apply to medical devices.

    First:  No business has a legal right to require a medical device for its patrons.

    Second:  Every person can claim a religious exemption for refusing to wear a face covering just as Muslims can claim a religious exemption for wearing one.

    Third:  Every person can claim a medical exemption because masks are unhealthy for everyone!  You are protected by the ADA.

    Fourth:  No person or business can legally ask what exactly your medical exemption is because of HIPAA.

    Everyone can shop mask free.  The law is on your side and if they try to stop you they are discriminating against you and breaking the law!

    Unless people get educated they will continue to use scare tactics and take advantage of our ignorance.




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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #7 on: April 30, 2021, 01:08:48 PM »
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  • I believe that technically, a business "has the right to refuse service to anyone," and that includes "for any reason."  However, in U.S. law, certain groups do have more rights than others ("protected classes"), and that includes the disabled. (ADA) A customer could present proof of being disabled and thus compromised by mask-wearing, but most cashiers are the ultimate sheeple and will parrot whatever their ignorant bosses have told them to say.  So probably that means first being refused service, and then returning with documents.  Even the fact that a customer would be denied the first time is an infringement and would open the business-owner up for a tort lawsuit; however, again, this puts the onus on the customer to protest rather than on the owner to comply with federal law.

    The way civil law works, with regard to torts, is that the tort or "wrong" first has to be committed before the complainant can seek redress. It's obnoxious, but we have a functionally illiterate population running most businesses.

    The better way would be to ask/urge customers to wear masks (if the unnecessary request is made at all), not to insist.  The way the owners would be protected from lawsuits by those wanting mask enforcement is to (a) suggest that individual customers mask themselves as an option; (b) remind the customers, with signs, that they can always choose instead to patronize other businesses who may illegally "require" masks, if it makes them more comfortable or if they believe their individual health is compromised by a less than 100%-masked environment. 

    And as a business owner, I would state it literally as I wrote it in (b).

    The U.S. Constitution does not grant universal rights to access and purchase from every retail business in the country, under uniform conditions.  That would only be true if the federal government owned every business.


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    Re: School Board Walks Out of a Mask Mandate Meeting…
    « Reply #8 on: April 30, 2021, 01:27:55 PM »
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  • This filmmaker has been shopping at ALL the various stores in Southern California maskless.

    He knows the law and is standing up for his rights.

    More people need to do this, but I won't hold my breath (pun intended lol :P)

    It's cued up to the maskless shopping info:


    [color=var(--ytd-video-primary-info-renderer-title-color, var(--yt-spec-text-primary))]Interview With: Documentary Filmmaker Jeff Witzeman (RESOURCES FOR MASKLESS SHOPPING)[/color]


     

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