Biden Discriminates Against Mask-Exempt

  • CNN reports Biden says he will call for "One hundred days [of mask wearing], and I think we'll see a significant reduction."
  • "In response to my November 18, 2020 contact to him concerning provisions for the mask-exempt, Biden seems to have answered me publicly in his December 3, 2020 CNN interview, wherein he cited no provisions for such persons."--Greshun De Bouse
  • Biden said that where he has authority, like in federal buildings or in interstate transportation on airplanes and buses, he will issue a standing order that masks must be worn." This is discriminatory.

As 2020 comes to a close, President Trump and his camp have called for vote recounts to determine who is the legal presidential winner, in light of many vote-counting discrepancies. Conversely, Joe Biden and his camp are preparing for his transition to the presidency.  Immediately following that transition, concerning wearing masks to curb the COVID pandemic, CNN reports Biden says he will call for “One hundred days, and I think we’ll see a significant reduction.”

But not everyone is in support of this, namely, Respected Researcher and Behaviorist Greshun De Bouse who says Biden publicly answered her question to him asked two weeks ago. She says:

Respected Researcher and Behaviorist Greshun De Bouse.

As stated in a previous interview, I contacted Joe Biden on November 18, 2020 to learn “how he plans to ensure general societal equality and quality of life for the mask-exempt, considering he has expressed interest in implementing an unwarranted and rights prohibitive nationwide mask mandate.”  In response to my November 18, 2020 contact to him concerning provisions for the mask-exempt, Biden seems to have answered me publicly in his December 3, 2020 CNN interview, wherein he cited no provisions for such persons.

In addition, he states as a first priority [if] in office, he will not only ask Americans to wear masks for 100 days, but also “Biden said that where he has authority, like in federal buildings or in interstate transportation on airplanes and buses, he will issue a standing order that masks must be worn.”  He made no mention of any provisions for the mask-exempt whatsoever. Thus, this is his answer to my question-he has no plans to ensure general societal equality and quality of life for the mask-exempt.

This is an outrageous tragedy override of citizen rights. Considering he has not yet been proven legal winner of presidency 2020, Biden and his actions are contingent on his ascension to office. However, it is heart-wrenching to learn of his proposed discriminatory actions ‘if’ he ascends to the presidency. How can Biden feign being desirous of working together, while discriminating against persons with conditions that render them mask-exempt? How can one in Biden’s position irresponsibly exclude an entire portion of the population with mask exemptions in his so-called COVID prevention/eradication plan as if such persons are non-existent?

Why would anyone want to live under the governance of such a person?  Ny doing this, Biden is opening the floodgates for mullying.  I do not desire to, and really can not live optimally under the leadership of one who does not consider the needs of all citizens in his decision-making process.  Should the mask-exempt just curl up and die? It’s like racism in a manner of speaking, except rather than ‘Whites Only’ signage, there is ‘Mask-Wearer Only’ signage. I can not live under a dictatorship.

You must respect these strong statements from Respected Researcher and Behaviorist Greshun De Bouse.  Her points are valid in that any president should have an all-inclusive plan for handling the pandemic, not just for a subset of the population.  With presidential election recounts, recertifications, and lawsuits still underway, we do need to wait to ensure who the legal winner is. President Trump may remain POTUS.  But if you think about it, Biden’s 100-day COVID plan does sound one-sided. We can only hope for the best.

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