A Labour Councillor faced ridicule after she bragged on Twitter about wearing a face mask on an empty train.
Not all heroes wear capes.
“Going to keep wearing my mask on public transport. Even when it’s just me on the tube,” tweeted Alice Perry.
Going to keep wearing my mask on public transport. Even when it’s just me on the tube. pic.twitter.com/0Ttsg3c9hT
— Alice Perry (@aliceperryuk) July 19, 2021
Numerous respondents pointed out that Perry must have been disappointed that no one on the train could see how compliant and virtuous she was, which is why she decided to take selfie and post it to Twitter.
But even when you're alone, you have to post a selfie on the internet to signal your virtue. https://t.co/3Wz8l9P5cW
— TheEndOfEverything (@EternalEnglish) July 25, 2021
“This pandemic has provided an opportunity for normies to feel like heroes for being absolutely useless, and they endlessly gloat about it too,” reacted one person.
This pandemic has provided an opportunity for normies to feel like heroes for being absolutely useless, and they endlessly gloat about it too. https://t.co/PnycfFkfIs
— ɐ͎ʞ͎ć͎ı͎ɹ͎ɐ͎ɯ͎ (@LeaMaric) July 25, 2021
“This is evidence of irrational though, psychological trauma and human conditioning. People need leadership to break this cycle, not encourage it,” opined lawyer Viva Frei.
— Viva Frei (@thevivafrei) July 25, 2021
“What bravery and sacrifice,” remarked Aubrey Huff.
What bravery and sacrifice. 🤦🏻♂️ https://t.co/0KDBJDnXcA
— Aubrey Huff (@aubrey_huff) July 25, 2021
Perry’s bizarre tweet underscores once again how the mask has little to do with virus protection and everything to do with signaling subservience to the cult of conformity.
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