After hosting the second of two maskless Christmas carol events to protest COVID-19 restrictions in Southern California this week, former child actor Kirk Cameron appeared on Newsmax Wednesday night, where he qualified those who dared to criticize his actions of “gestapo mask.” “
Beginning with some kind of joke, Cameron said, “You know, we’ve all heard of The masked singer and it’s quite the rage, but ever since we started these peaceful Christmas carol demonstrations, I have been affectionately dubbed the unmasked singer and have unleashed a whole different kind of rage.
After complaining that news of the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to near-capacity intensive care units across the country of Los Angeles and other parts of the state, has become “so grim and so dark, ”Cameron said he’s just trying to give people hope. »Through Christmas carols.
“You obviously have a lot of supporters, a lot of people love what you’re doing,” the Newsmax presenter said. “But to be honest, you have a lot of your own fans, and a lot of people are saying you are helping spread the disease and making it worse. How do you respond to them? “
Cameron accused “the press” of “painting a picture of what we do that does not correspond to what is really going on.”
“I am not Dr Fauci, I am not a health expert, so I consult doctors,” he continued, highlighting the theory that the “psychological harm” of the pandemic can be “much worse. than the coronavirus itself ”and that“ There is immunity in the community and there is havoc in isolation. ”
“I am not the mask police,” he said. “This is America. We shouldn’t have masked Gestapo and remote monitoring when people are adults, they’re not babies.
“They can make choices for their own health,” added Cameron, who proudly describes himself as “pro-life” when it comes to other medical choices, ignoring the potential of these “adult adults” to spread the disease. disease to their neighbors who have made different choices.
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