I want to take a moment to show you the insane lack of cognitive ability that is still going around at retail establishments. These sheeple that work in these places seem to get their jolly’s off and feel empowered by telling others to wear a mask.
The video below shows an experience inside a UPS Store. The customer is dropping off a package and could have been in and out in a matter of seconds. There is a sign asking customers “to please wear a face mask while inside the store”. You will see that he enters and places the package on the scale. The associate starts asking if he needs something and he thinks she is asking if he needs a receipt, so he says that he needs a receipt. She walks up and has a box of masks and pulls one out to hand to him. He asks “what is that for’? Immediately she and the other associate start saying, almost in unison, “you’ve got to wear a mask”. He states to the associate to just scan the package and take it. They both start saying “no sir, you have to have a mask on”. He asks “you’re refusing service to me”? She says “the owners back there if you want to speak to him”. The customer says “bring him out please”. A man starts walking out saying “you see I have a mask on”. The customer then states to the owner “I have religious and medical objections”. The owner says “we have a policy of wearing a mask in the store, that’s why you see it on the door”. The customer asks” what’s your name?” The owner points to his name tag and says “my name is right here and my card is right here” as he hands the customer a business card. The owner then asks “anything else”? The customer picks up his package and tells the owner “you know you’re bringing this country down”. The owner states “okay”. The customer tells the owner “and you’re falling right for their plan” and starts walking out. You can hear one of the associates laugh. The customer tells her “you can laugh all you want”.
Now, what can we learn from this interaction? We see that instead of simply scanning the package and giving the customer a receipt, so that he could be out of there in a matter of seconds, the associates wanted to turn this into a “power play”. If they were worried about anyone not wearing a mask, then why keep the customer there long enough to open a box of masks and take the time to perform their act of supremacy? Their argument was that if the customer would not agree to wear “the symbol of submission” then they were not going to accept the package. We need to stop spending our money with any business that continues to discriminate against Americans. When we “vote with our money” we get their attention.