In a post to her Facebook page this Thursday, failed Republican candidate for Missouri governor, Saundra McDowell, declared that mask mandates are an oppressive tool designed to take away people’s rights — possibly hailing from the demonic realm.
“I’m not afraid to take a stand!! Are you??” she wrote.
“I walked in Walmart tonight without a mask … and I refuse to wear a mask anywhere I go from NOW ON unless I choose to! That’s my right… as it is yours!!”
According to McDowell, it’s not about the masks, it’s about “control and instilling fear in America.”
“Fear is not of the Lord, but of the enemy,” she writes. “Despair is the absence of faith! This is all part of a demonic ritual to get rid of our individual God-given rights.”
“BLM just said it… it’s a spiritual battle… they are chanting to dead spirits practicing witchcraft,” she continued. “Our bodies… our faces… are created in the image of God. We shall not veil our faces spiritually or practically.”
The Friendly Atheist’s Hemant Mehta writes that if a Muslim “ever said anything this wildly idiotic and dangerous, she’d never stop complaining about it.”
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