[VIDEO] Man Viciously Thrown Out of Store For Pulling His Mask Down to Smell a Scented Candle

[VIDEO] Man Viciously Thrown Out of Store For Pulling His Mask Down to Smell a Scented Candle

People have lost their damn minds.


But now, thanks to Dr. Malone, we now have a name for what’s happening to half of the world.

It’s called Mass Formation Psychosis.

Here’s a brief explanation of it:

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Basically, it’s a misguided, hysterical “hero complex.”

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It’s also grounded in a lot of fear, so people are going barking mad over everything, with very little rationale or “science” to back it up.

Take this situation that unfolded in a Canadian dollar store…


A young man, who was fully masked-up, went into the store to shop.

He stopped by some shelves filled with scented candles and pulled his mask down for a split-second to take a sniff… and that’s when all hell broke loose.


It’s amazing what fear and propaganda can do to people.

I am all for being careful and arming people with facts and good data, but that’s not what’s happened in this country, or anywhere else, for that matter.

Those store owners who are having a meltdown over that man’s mask, can turn on the TV and get a totally different point of view every week.

Look at what CBS is NOW saying about cloth masks:

It’s really hard to keep up with all the changing “science” isn’t it?


Nearly everything we’ve done up to this point has been wrong, but one thing they have succeeded at is driving people crazy and dividing all of us.


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