Is This Mask Exemption Legit?
Please let us know!
As our name implies, we are against mandatory masking.
If you want to wear a mask, we're not stopping you. You have every right to don whatever face covering you'd like.
However, we stand firm in our right to choose.
Evidence shows that masks can increase infection, and they do little to protect you from contracting an illness.
And, they're extremely uncomfortable.
How is it okay for us to be forced to wear them?
The short answer is, it's not.
That being said, a store can refuse service to anyone. Unless they are illegally discriminating - more on that in a moment.
You know the saying: no shirt, no shoes, no service.
Businesses can turn people away for a variety of reasons.
One thing they can't turn people away for is a trait that's protected by anti-discrimination laws. This includes, race, gender, religion, disability, etc.
It can be argued that anyone with asthma, allergies, or PTSD cannot be forced to wear a mask because of their disability.
But what if you don't have a documented disability? Can you still shun mask-wearing and be granted entrance to a store.
One clever Facebooker, Crystal Ellis, shared this:
Has anyone used an argument like this? What were the results?
Any legal professionals care to weigh in on this subject?
Let us know in the comments below.