Conservative actor and former “Hercules” star Kevin Sorbo has a message for the businesses that are still requiring customers to wear masks in order to patronize their businesses.
On Sunday, Sorbo posted a tweet reminding business owners that the anti-mask customers they’re turning away today, despite the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) loosening its rules, are the ones who weren’t afraid to shop at their establishments - and helped keep them in business - when others were shunning them:
“To any business that has a mask policy:
“The maskless shoppers you turn away were the ones willing to support you when no one else would.”
Sorbo has a home in southern California, a state where, as AP reports, nearly one out of every three restaurants have closed due to Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom’s statewide lockdown and severe, and confusing, restaurant restrictions:
“Nearly a third of California’s restaurants permanently closed and two-thirds of workers at least temporarily lost their jobs as the pandemic set in more than a year ago and Gov. Gavin Newsom imposed the nation’s first statewide lockdown, a legislative committee reported Tuesday.”
“In hindsight, the state lacked evidence to back up its decision to close outdoor dining and that rationale ‘was not effectively communicated,’ said Marin County Public Health Officer Dr. Matt Willis, though he said the evidence of virus transmissions during indoor dining was much more clear.”
“Raise your hand if you’re more concerned about losing your Constitutional rights than you are about Covid,” Sorbo says in a message pinned to the top of his Twitter page.