Mask hysteria is bringing out the worst in people who believe it is their duty to police free-thinking citizens who choose not to wear a mask.
A viral video on Twitter.com shows a white male "Karen" assaulting a Black man for not wearing a mask.
When the customer pushed back, the man began screaming, "WTF? You assaulted me. Call 911! He assaulted me! Do NOT give him his food!"
After the shop keeper handed the customer his pizza, the male Karen destroyed a display case. "You shouldn't have done that. He assaulted me!" the man yelled, before leaving the store to pursue the customer.
Twitter users noted that the man wasn't wearing his own mask correctly. Nor was he practicing social distancing.
"He's screaming call 911 while holding a phone," tweeted @TPostMillennial. "Man, those masks really do keep oxygen from reaching the brain. And so guess that display case pushing isn't violence either."
WATCH: Toronto man freaks out over customer without a mask and wrecks a Pizza Pizza. pic.twitter.com/hgh7MomJqc
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) July 31, 2020
He’s screaming call 911 while holding a phone. Man, those masks really do keep oxygen from reaching the brain.
And so guess that display case pushing isn’t violence either
— Johnny ? ?? ? (@JOHNNYFone50) July 31, 2020
Hahahaha. Look at how HE'S wearing his mask.
— I'm the moose out front (@opendoorsanity) July 31, 2020
Is this guy crazy... that dude could have easily crushed him into a little ball and dunked him.
— Obfuscated Reality (@ObfuscReality) July 31, 2020
— Tom (@twittenup) July 31, 2020
The yelling and the chanting reminds me of antifa, as does the physical provocation, vandalization and simultaneous victim playing.
— Sofia Keki (@SoloKeki) July 31, 2020
This mask bs is making people loose their minds. Mass paranoia is taking hold.
— Kayne Q Vexx (@KayneVexx) July 31, 2020
For a century, psychologists, pastors and @Gladwell will be fascinated to find out what people were the easiest to terrify, melt and psychologically destroy by 'mask hysteria' in 2020.
Thank @fordnation #covidAddiction for showing us who's minds are fragile in our society.
— Lanny, Duke of Zhou (@PPCFIRE1) July 31, 2020