Ok folks, this is a special article….
It is dedicated to all those "helpful idiots" on Facebook parroting the Democrat party line, telling all of us a mask is for the greater good!
Meanwhile, Conservatives sure tend to think it feels a lot like censorship.
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A lot like "covering our mouths".
A lot like a Burka.
It just feels WRONG.
But all the Lefties on Facebook constantly mock anyone who says a mask is for silencing people.
Mock no more.
It just happened to Jim Jordan in Congress.
Agiting Democrats with the truth, they began to melt down and finally one lost control and shouted in what I can only describe as a Demonic voice (for real, listen to it): PUT YOUR MASK ON!
It's so clear from the context of the clip that the mask in that context has NO relationship to stopping a virus (as if a cloth mask could anyway).
The man very well should have just said SHUT YOUR MOUTH!
Watch and judge for yourself:
And in case that gets taken down, a backup:
And one more backup:
Even Business Insider covered the incident:
Lawmakers slammed US Rep. Jim Jordan at Wednesday's antitrust hearing after he repeatedly interrupted a colleague who criticized his questions alleging anti-conservative bias at Google.
At the hearing, lawmakers questioned the CEOs of Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple about allegations of anticompetitive behavior. But Jordan and others used their time to ask about other concerns, including the spread of coronavirus-related misinformation and perceived biases in the moderation of political content.
When it was Jordan's turn to speak, he grilled Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai about whether the company was biased toward certain presidential candidates. Jordan pointed to an email before the 2016 election, leaked to Fox News, in which a Google executive indicated a desire to drive up Latinx voter turnout.
Jordan then asked Pichai to "assure Americans" that Google wouldn't do anything with its features to help Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, beat President Donald Trump in November's presidential election. Pichai disputed Jordan's allegations, saying Google's work regarding the 2020 election was "fully nonpartisan."
After Jordan's time ended, the next lawmaker in line to ask questions, Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon, took a jab at Jordan and told tech executives, "I'd like to redirect your attention to antitrust law rather than fringe conspiracy theories."
Jordan interrupted Scanlon, repeating his claims about the leaked email. Lawmakers in the room lashed out at the Ohio congressman, telling him his time had expired. The House subcommittee's chairman, Rep. David Cicilline, repeatedly banged his gavel in an attempt to get Jordan to stop. Jordan continued, insisting he needed a chance to respond to Scanlon's comments.
Rep. Jamie Raskin repeatedly yelled, "Put your mask on!" House rules require all hearing attendees to wear face masks except when it's their turn to speak.