Anti-maskers are COVID snowflakes


One of the greatest ironies of the alt-right is how conservatives have eagerly embraced previously despised attributes of liberals. After years of decrying political correctness, micro-aggressions and trigger warnings, we now have a group of people — COVID denialists — who think they are special snowflakes.

What’s a special snowflake?

When confronted with the “micro-aggression” of being required to wear a mask, they are “triggered” and react with narcissistic rage.

According to Urban Dictionary:

A malady … wherein the afflicted will demand special treatment, conduct themselves with a ludicrous, unfounded sense of entitlement, and generally make the lives of everyone around them that much more miserable.

The danger of this disease is that the sufferers rarely, if ever, know that they have contracted it, and continue about their merry way under the assumption that EVERYONE ELSE is the problem.

This condition, if left untreated, can radically alter the carrier’s demeanor, to include any of the following: a complete devolution to child-like behavior, temper tantrums, and/or fits of narcissistic rage.

Sound familiar?

In Florida, a shopper was recorded shoving a Walmart employee. In New Jersey, a man was charged with making terroristic threats when he allegedly became combative after being asked to leave a store. In Texas, a woman started flinging groceries from her cart after reportedly refusing to keep her mask on.

In California, two locations of a taco shop had to close after customers kept berating employees over the restaurant’s new mask policy.

It’s hard to imagine anything more child-like and narcissistic then the temper tantrums of COVID snowflakes who refuse to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. They assume they are entitled to ignore public health directives and transmit deadly diseases to others. In their immaturity and self-absorption, they actually pretend that everyone else is the problem. And when confronted with the “micro-aggression” of being required to wear a mask in stores or restaurants, they are “triggered” and react with narcissistic rage.

The actions of COVID snowflakes, which are inexplicable to most mature adults make perfect sense when viewed from the prism of the snowflakes’ heightened sense of both self-regard and grievance.

COVID snowflakes are everything they professes to despise about the “libs”: exquisitely sensitive to slights, self-absorbed and fragile.