When Bill “Adolph” Joyce, mayor of Stillwater, OK, ordered his subjects to wear masks “while inside businesses,” whether as employees or customers, angry patrons forced him to recant:
“In the short time beginning on May 1, 2020, that face coverings have been required for entry into stores/restaurants, store employees have been threatened with physical violence and showered with verbal abuse,” [the] City Manager … said in a statement. “In addition, there has been one threat of violence using a firearm.”
Ahem: may I digress for a moment? Isn’t the mayor a “city manager”? What is the point of a second, non-essential bureaucrat also “managing” a city that doesn’t need either leeche? Especially with only 50,941 residents.
Back to Adolph:
“I hate that our businesses and their employees had to deal with abuse today, and I apologize for putting them in that position,” the mayor wrote.
You should, buddy.
“I am not the kind of person who backs down from bullies, but I also will not send someone else to fight the battle for me,” he added in a second tweet.
Go ahead: try and save face. But we’re laughing too hard to hear you!
[The duplicative City Manager] said that many of the people who objected to wearing the masks have “the mistaken belief the requirement is unconstitutional.”
Yo, Moron: someone’s mistaken, that’s for sure, but it ain’t them. Just ask Roland Walkenhorst, who alerted me to the shenanigans you and Adolph are pulling.
4:47 pm on May 3, 2020