THE INTERNET LOST IT AFTER A WOMAN WAS PICTURED WEARING A BIZARRE FORM OF COVID PROTECT AT THE GROCERY STORE…
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A woman who was caught shopping with a bizarre COVID-19 protective structure is now being mocked for her “at-all-costs” method of protection…
This comes right after we did an article comparing the man who cried at Disneyland vs. the men who stormed Normandy which you should definitely check out in the article below:
The “shed” as some folks called it looks to be made up of plastic wrap and PVC tubes but it also comes on wheels for laughable mobility purposes.
Check it out in the Tweet below:
This. This right here. This takes the cake. pic.twitter.com/EAWiLxFaST
— Errol Webber (@ErrolWebber) May 10, 2021
“The mask still being on just makes this all that much better,” one Twitter user said laughing at the woman.
Though the video is worth a good laugh some folks are calling out the difference between women empowerment in the 1900s versus how people conduct themselves now.
Of course, fear of COVID-19 is not exclusive to either gender but looking at women in America’s past shows a clear distinction of how people have become so “weak” in today’s age.
Just think about Rosa Parks, pioneer of the Civil Rights movement who stood up for herself when the culture told her to be afraid.
Rosa Parks was a trailblazer and for good reason too, her story continues to carry on through the course of history.
The American culture used to advocate for people to be strong, not weak. Now it seems like “weakness” is something that people can one up each other.
Just think about Rosie the Riveter, a complete campaign done by the United States focused on empowering women to work hard and serve their country, whereas now, the woman probably just wanted to get Dr. Fauci’s approval.
Even if the culture decides, victimhood is superior than strength, it’s important for each of us as Americans to help bring strength back into the lives of our children in order to preserve the future of our country…
Do you think Victimhood is prominent in the culture? Let us know why or why not in the comment section below…