Pro-Trump pastor: I’ll ‘kick in the teeth’ of Dunkin Donuts employee who asked me to wear a mask

In a video posted to his YouTube channel this Tuesday, the anti-LGBT pastor of Global Vision Bible Church in Tennessee, Greg Locke, ranted about a recent experience he had at a Dunkin’ Donuts where an employee asked him to wear a mask.

According to Locke, nothing in history has “separated the body” from the “Lord Jesus Christ” the way masks have. Masks aren’t safety precautions, Locke says, they’re “gags.” He then goes on to regurgitate his beliefs that mask “don’t do anything whatsoever.”

He then described a recent experience where he visited a Dunkin’ Donuts without a mask on — a move he says he’s done numerous times before in defiance of their requirements but has never had any problems.

“But then all of a sudden, here comes Nazi Skippy,” Locke says, referring to a Dunkin’ Donuts employee who asked him to wear a mask. According to Locke’s description of events, it’s clear that the employee was just doing his/her job. But Locke was so incensed by being asked to wear a mask, he initiated a confrontation with the employee, even saying he had to control himself from “coming over the counter” and assaulting the person.

According to Locke, when he went to leave he used his foot to open the door since he had two coffees in his hand. The employee allegedly accused Locke of trying to “kick the glass out of the door” — an accusation that Locke says provoked him to walk back in.

“Let me be truthful in what I said, because more than likely it’s on video and it’ll be on Newsweek or Time Magazine sometime this week,” Locke says before describing what he says were the employee’s false accusations of him trying to kick in the glass.

“I said, ‘If you call me a liar one more time, I’m going to take these work boots and I’m going to kick your teeth down your throat,’” Locke said.

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