Mask Mandates at Work May Be an Opportunity by Allan Stevo |

Allan Stevo is the author of the newly released book, Face Masks in One Lesson. He is a political contributor for The Daily Caller, The Hill, and other media sources. His influential writing has been described as “a precedence of sanity,” “the truth in print,” and “a beacon of liberty.”

A reader writes:

I have read your article on never wearing masks. I don’t believe they protect for viruses and that they are actually harmful. I try to support businesses that do not require them. I usually just walk in and no one says anything. I try to share info with others.

My husband does home care and required to wear paper surgical masks while with patients. He has no choice if he wants to be employed.

Please let me know your thoughts on this. I totally understand that people need to stop wearing them. We live in a blue state with many people living in total fear a believing masks & covid injections will protect them.

Thank you for your time.


Someone with a Case of the Blue State Blues 


Thank you for your note and for your support of my work. 

If I had need of a home health aid, they would not be in a mask.

I’m not the only person who feels that way.

A reader in Arizona never lets contractors on her property with a mask on. She notifies their superiors beforehand that she is not insured against the added fainting hazard and does not want to take on the liability of a masked person on her property.

On her property and in her life, she fights back doggedly against the evil norm that is being imposed upon her, and she is so often on the offensive that she hardly has the opportunity to find herself on the defensive. She is a true a hero in my life.

You can be assured that someone out there wants a home health aid that is not wearing a mask. That number is certainly in the hundreds of thousands, if not the millions.

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Source: Mask Mandates at Work May Be an Opportunity – LewRockwell


Source: Mask Mandates at Work May Be an Opportunity by Allan Stevo |