Olympic Hero Kerri Walsh Jennings Doubles Down on Anti-Mask Stance: ‘Freedom is Right Worth Fighting For’

Rio de Janeiro – Dupla de vôlei de praia do Brasil Larissa e Talita perdem a disputa de bronze para norte-americanas Walsh e Ross nos Jogos Olímpicos Rio 2016, em Copacabana ( Fernando Frazão/Agência Brasil)

Olympian Kerri Walsh Jennings is refusing to back down after not wearing a mask in public and getting criticized by the fear-ravaged mob as a result.

Jennings wrote on Monday that she “had a little exercise in being brave” over the weekend by going shopping without a mask. The Olympic hero is dismayed that so many of her fellow Americans have rolled over without “much of a fight” and masked up without questioning whether or not it makes sense to do so.

“We are all endlessly complaining about the restrictive & arbitrarily selective rules that we are being strongly ‘suggested’ to follow & yet we are all consenting,” Jennings wrote on Monday.

“Not much of a fight, just a lot of complaining & strongly disagreeing with this manipulation, but we keep consenting. It’s maddening. It has crushed our society, people’s livelihoods, our children’s spirits, & the fabric of our world. We have become a country & a world estranged from each other & it is more deeply unhealthy than any virus could ever be,” she added.

In her follow-up post, Jennings said that she did not want to offend anyone but still feels it is necessary to stand up against the creeping medical authoritarianism that is changing the fabric of the country.

“… I am alarmed for my country,” she wrote. “I am heartbroken for my children – I am devastated for every small business owner who has gone under or who is barely hanging on – I have seen so much conflicting and erroneous data from the experts – and on and on and on.”

“I was not looking to do anything but express my belief that FREEDOM IS RIGHT WORTH FIGHTING FOR, and amidst the chaos, divisiveness, fear and undeniable emotion of these times, I believe we have to stay mindful of the FACT that our freedoms have slowly been taken from us with our consent,” she continued. “I feel each of the words I mentioned above (fear/chaos/divisiveness) are being intentionally stoked and we are becoming a country that I do not recognize. … I am not advocating for people to stop wearing masks. I wear a mask most often. I don’t believe in their efficacy unless it’s of a certain caliber, yet I wear them. I am advocating critical thinking and civility. I am advocating personal responsibility.”

Additionally, Jennings has announced her intention to leave her California home. California is ground zero for liberal authoritarianism and is crumbling as a result of decades of mismanagement by Democrat politicians.

Big League Politics has reported on how the mask has become a symbol of mass conformity, with gangs of soulless vermin castigating those who do not submit:

A shocking video has showed a deranged mob of fear-driven New Yorkers harassing a woman in a Staten Island grocery store and driving her from the establishment for not wearing a mask…

“From what I can see in the video it seems there aren’t employees of the store involved in removing the shopper,” said McAuley Holmes, who posted the viral video on Twitter, to Heavy.

“Obviously private businesses have the right to refuse service to non-mask wearers, but a group of shoppers is different. Masks are important in stopping the spread and wearing one is a sign of respect to others,” he added. “It’s understandable that people would be so serious about community enforcement in a place like Staten Island that has been hit so hard by COVID.”

While the zombie-like public begs for their fellow man to wear masks in a showing of collective servitude and submission, there is significant debate over whether or not wearing the masks even helps prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Jennings has shown that she is worthy of being an Olympian by taking her bold stance for freedom during a dangerous and precarious time in the country.

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