‘We won’t take it’ targets anti-mask flash mob parades

A group of anti-masked protesters began a peaceful protest when they shopped through the Florida Target to shop for the song “We Won’t Take It” and called for their release. The video of the anti-mask flash mob quickly caught the attention of twisted sister Frontman D. Snyder.

Anti-mask protesters walk into the target

According to The Hill, anti-mask protests were held Tuesday at a target in Fort Lauderdale.

“Okay.” “We’re tired of shopping after masks,” said protest organizer Chris Nelson as he picked up his phone to “we’re not going to play it.”

“And now, we’re closing our masks because it’s over,” he added as others in the store tore off their masks.

“Breathe. Breathe, you breathe American, ”said one woman involved in the protest, who walked out of the store.

One of the protesters was Christina Gomez, who recently went to the Palm Beach County Commission to headline that masks are killing Americans and “we the people are waking up” while warning against Satan’s law.

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Goal Protesters: “Remove the mask”

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“Stop. This is just going to work if we all have it in the mask! “It’s all about choice,” she yelled.

“We won’t take it anymore,” the protesters sang as they toured the store to encourage their customers to join. A woman briefly joined them, lifted the mask and danced with the protesters.

He said, “We won’t take it anymore,” then another woman took off her mask, telling one of the team members, “You go girl, okay!”

As well as protesting Nathan Babcock explained to the Huffington Post that they wanted to make this statement because they felt that “they have no voice in what is being done to us.”

“That’s why we had to organize and protest the lockout,” he said. “It’s your right to do what you want, just like I have the right to do what I want.”

“If you want to wear a mask and (it) want to make you safe … then it’s your right, 100 percent. Just don’t force me to wear a mask, ”Babak continues.

Broward County spokeswoman Margaret Stapleton said the ভিডিও 100 quote was sent because three people in the video failed to wear masks.

“Any additional participant who is able to identify from the video will also receive a $ 100 quote in the mail,” he said.

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.

In the video below you can ask the anti-mask group to open the mouths of targeted buyers.

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Rolling sister De Snyder condemns the use of “we will not accept this”

But at least one was not a fan of the protest. The video was soon followed by a response from Twisted Sister Frontman D. Snyder.

Snyder tweeted, “No … these selfish one ** holes are not allowed or blessed to use my songs for their moronic reasons.”

If this surprises you, consider for a moment what De Snyder calls New York at home.

This is a great song. So it’s no surprise that this anti-mask gang chose the music for their targeted protest (despite De Snyder’s wishes).

Looking for some nostalgia? You can watch the official music video for Twisted Sisters’ 1984 hit “We’re Not Going” below.

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