- According to news from ABC 13 earlier this week, the CDC is urging schools and parents to promote mask wearing to prevent bullies. "I call on the CDC to retract any statement proporting that non-mask-wearers create their own bullies or bring bullying upon themselves," says Advocate Greshun De Bouse
- Mullying is bullying, demeaning and/or discriminating against those who can not wear masks and/or face coverings.
- Bullying Prevention and Recovery Holiday Founder Greshun De Bouse says "Before issuing commentary in this interview, I graciously contacted the CDC to allow any clarification of their statements.
COVID undoubtedly has altered the entire trajectory of lives everywhere. This so-called new normal includes restricting persons from natural human interaction, forced business closures or operating hours reduction, infingement on religious congregating, and perhaps the most pronounced is mask wearing. But this mask wearing or face covering issue has sparked controversy from various persons and groups.
Major League Baseball player Aubrey Huff publicly announced via Twitter that “It’s unconstitutional to enforce” a mask mandate, and stated he no longer would wear a mask in any business for that reason. According to the New York Times, earlier this week Sherriff Billy Woods of Marion County, Fla. issued a mandate forbidding any on-duty officer from wearing a mask. In response to the so-called recommendations of proffessionals to wear masks, Sherriff Woods stated “The fact is, the amount of professionals that give the reason why we should, I can find the exact same amount of professionals that say why we shouldn’t.”
The Guardian.com proports “There’s also plenty of evidence that experts have simply lied to us” (Mahdawi, July 2020). A most pressing issue now surrounding mask wearing is Mullying or bullying, demeaning and/or discriminating against those who can not wear masks. A shorter definition is non-mask-wearer-related bullying. The term mullying was coined by esteemed Advocate Greshun De Bouse who says she too has experienced mullying.
According to news from ABC 13 earlier this week, the CDC is urging schools and parents to promote mask wearing to prevent bullies. Like always, Advocate Greshun De Bouse-also founder of the bullying prevention and recovery holiday and movement #MTFMOVEDAY-had very intelligible commentary on this issue. Here’s what she had to say.
If the ABC 13 News report is true, I consider it absolutely irresponsible, biased, discriminatory, and more for the CDC to have the unadulterated gall to attempt to blame non-face-mask-wearers for being an impetus for their own bully creation. This is absolutely absurd. This is likened unto abusers who tell the abused “You made me do it.” Bullies bully because they choose to do so, and neither they nor the CDC get to misassign this blame to non-mask-wearing victims of such mullying.
Before issuing commentary, I graciously contacted the CDC to allow any clarification of their statements to no avail. The CDC communicated with me in an unprofessional manner, and failed to answer my one question. I stated I had only one question relative to the aforementioned ABC 13 article to be answered concerning their contribution or potential contribution to mullying. I never received an answer to my question, and I informed Officer Wright that I would have to go forth with the information I have, considering their unwillingness to respond.
The CDC should be encouraging parents and students first to understand first the CDC can not mandate mask-wearing; they only can recommend. Second, some persons are unable to wear masks or face coverings of any kind, and they should not be treated adversely or harmed for such. Third, parents and children should understand that any form of bullying is wrong, and mullying is a federal hate crime punishable by prison and more.
Mask mandates are illegal and discriminatory. No one or entity can force anyone to jeopardize their health via restrictive breathing experienced from mask wearing. Furthermore, no one should have to identify themselves as exempt because of a mandate that is illegal to begin with. Such forced identification also leaves those persons unable to wear masks as targets of mullying.
I call on the CDC to retract any statement proporting that non-mask-wearers create their own bullies or bring bullying upon themselves. In addition, some persons simply refuse to wear masks because it impedes their rights. They have a right to their rights in the so-called land of the free. However, there is a distinct difference between one who can’t wear a mask, and one who refuses to wear a mask. In either instance, non-mask-wearers should not be mullied.
Billions of dollars are being spent for this mask-wearing re-education campaign as a form of societal control to acclimate society to accepting mask-wearing as normal and non-mask-wearing as abnormal. This is all apart if the greater agenda to systematically strip individuals of rights; increase their inclination to freely relinquish any remaining rights; withold goods, services, and other access; subtley override rights of and exclude the disabled and/or ill from society altogether; and strategically gain authority over the rights of all.
There you have it. Advocate Greshun has called on the CDC to retract any and all statements blaming non-mask-wearers for any mullying they may experience. If such statements were made by the CDC, they are wreckless and may lead to many issues.