COVID HUMILIATION: Service industry workers in Maine now have to wear DOG CONES because of coronavirus


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(Natural News) Janet Mills, the trans-looking governor of Maine, is demanding new protocols for service industry workers throughout the state that now require them to wear dog cones around their necks while handling food at restaurants.

If a server decides that he or she does not want to wear a face muzzle due to heat exhaustion and oxygen deprivation, then he or she will now be forced to slap on an inverted face shield, just like animals that have recently been spayed or neutered.

“It is acceptable for kitchen staff to wear face shields in lieu of masks when the kitchen or weather is warm,” the guidelines explain.

“Front-of-house staff may wear a face shield in lieu of a face covering only if the shield is designed to be worn inverted, attaching below the face (e.g. as a collar) and open at the top of the shield, with the shield extending above the eyes and laterally to the ears.”

The guidelines go on to explain that other types of face shields, including those that are “open at the bottom, directing breath downward, are not acceptable replacements for face coverings for front-of-house staff.”

This latest humiliation ritual is of course being blamed on the “threat” of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), for which there are a mere handful of “cases” in the states – about 36 total – and no deaths.

“They can borrow the ones my dogs used when they got fixed,” wrote one Twitter user, jokingly yet soberly. “This is a crime.”

More news about Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) insanity is available at Pandemic.news.

Peak insanity

Mills, who again looks like some sort of hideous, androgynous chimera, is directly to blame for the new decree, which she issued supposedly in response to the widespread fear still present throughout the United States over a phony plandemic that, at this point, represents little more than Munchausen syndrome by proxy among mostly Democrats.

“Gov Janet Mills says servers must now wear face shields upside down so that their breath is directed up, not down,” noted Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, an outspoken critic of the plandemic and all of the insanity that is coming down the pike in response to it.

“Yes she wants you to wear a dog cone… Peak insanity. I wish this was a joke.”

Mills, who is not a scientist, is apparently unaware of a little thing called Newton’s Third Law of Motion, which dictates that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Either that or she simply gets some kind of sadistic pleasure of out humiliating already strained service workers by treating them like animals.

“Do they ever actually show the science or are we supposed to just trust them when they proclaim ‘Science!'” asked one Twitter user, referring to Mills’ “COVID19 Prevention Checklist Industry Guidance” which states:

“The State of Maine has adopted a staged approach, supported by science, public health expertise, and industry collaboration, to allow Maine businesses to safely open when the time is right.”

There would seem to be nothing scientific about any of this, and especially not with upside-down dog cones that while perhaps directing some droplets upwards are still subject to the natural laws of physics, meaning those same droplets eventually have to come back down to the ground.

One wonders when, if ever, Americans are going to finally awaken from their stupor and put an end to this insanity. How much more ridiculous and tyrannical do things need to get before We the People join together and say enough is enough?

“Wait till the lawsuits come in for when one of the servers trips and cracks their heads because they can’t see anything below shoulder height,” wrote another Twitter user.

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