Mask – there is no law

Recently a woman was arrested at the airport who refused to wear a mask. She was arrested for trespassing. That’s because there is no law that compels people to cover their face. Businesses cannot make policies that violate civil rights. So if you don’t wear a covering you’re not breaking any laws. It’s illegal for a business to deny you service for this reason so they have to say trespassing. I’ve tried to get business to sign papers that affirm they are throwing me out for not wearing a mask and they all refused. I contacted Southwest airlines to show me the federal law that states we must wear a covering (they responded they’ll get back to me and never did).

We are told that you should wear it because it protects you, and others. There is a mountain of research that says this is not true (and common sense). Another argument is it makes people feel safer, and it’s the right thing to do. So now we’re left with a moral argument that wearing covering shows that you are a good person, and care about others.

According to the Bible no one is good, no one is righteous (Romans 3:10) so wearing a covering doesn’t make me anymore righteous then not wearing one.

Christians are to be sober minded (1 Peter 5:8), are not to participate in fables/myths (1 Tim 4:7) or listen to the world (1 John 4:5).

It seems the pro covering/jab movement is religious in nature where it is more about submission then it is about health and safety. Many believe it’s no big deal and/or that it is the morally just thing to do but for me I would be violating my conscience before God and it is something that I cannot do.

If you are a Christian I’d encourage you not to participate in this lie anymore. It would seem it’s going to get worse anyways so you may as well take a stand now while we still have our freedom of religion. You can’t be neutral on a moving train.

“When officers arrived at the Allegiant flight gate, Alspaugh was standing on the jet bridge. An airline representative had removed her from the flight and issued her a trespass notice from the company,”