Actor Kevin Sorbo is not mincing words on the issue of face masks. "I'm not wearing a mask. You can stay home if you don't feel safe," Sorbo declared on X, the social media platform previously known as Twitter.
Sorbo's comments likely convey sentiments shared by many other people as mask mandates seem to be reappearing due to COVID-19 concerns.
"I'll go to jail before I wear a mask!" conservative commentator Graham Allen has posted.
"We don’t have to wait and see if they impose mask mandates again. If we say NO like we should've done in the first place, and refuse to comply, the mandates mean NOTHING. It's actually up to us, not politicians," conservative commentator Liz Wheeler posted.
Actress Jamie Lee Curtis recently posted a photo of herself sporting a mask and encouraged people to wear one when required or when in a public area if they are not feeling well.
"And we're BAAAAACCCCKKKK. No, not Michael Myers but masking will be. COVID is on the rise. SO MANY friends now are really sick. BE MINDFUL. WEAR A MASK if required or even if you feel unwell and are out in public spaces," Curtis wrote.
"Stay at home If you're scared But leave the rest of us The hell alone," Jordan Peterson wrote when sharing an article that covered Curtis' comments. "Enough medical fascism."
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