The pandemic has caused some panic among people, which is something that both the media and those on the left are responsible for.
Some people are afraid to go outside for up to two years, or not making normal contact with others because of this fear. It’s prompting some folks to crowd emergency rooms now in places like Vermont — despite being completely asymptomatic.
It’s driven some people stark raving mad, for a virus that is very survivable for most people. It’s prompted some to live in another pandemic — a pandemic of constant fear to which the government willfully contributes, as it seeks to control people’s actions.
A Delta flight on Thursday from Tampa to Atlanta, for example. Let’s start with the principle that people weren’t well before the pandemic. However, some people are now unable to cope with the problem of masks.
This woman is shown here playing the Christmas Grinch, screaming in an older man’s face about not having his mask on. Yet all the while that she’s screaming at him to put his mask up, she has her mask down. He tries to tell her that he’s eating, but she isn’t absorbing any of it as she yells in his face. It turns bad when he calls her a name and terms her a “Karen.”
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Delta flight from Tampa to Atlanta got crazy‼️ pic.twitter.com/I9BZUKv3LB
— ATL Uncensored | Atlanta News (@ATLUncensored) December 25, 2021
Here’s another way to look at it.
After he calls her a name that rhymes with “which” and follows it up by also terming her a “Karen,” she smacks him right in the side of the face. Then, she scratches his face with her fingernails as she spits and rubs against him.
All the time, flight attendants attempt to prevent her from continuing to assault him. One female attendant grabs her, trying to get her to leave. The male flight attendant pulls a cart at her to prevent her from attacking the man. There’s a classic line for sure, “Sit down, Karen, you’re going to jail,” according to View from the Wing.
Her mania doesn’t make a lot of sense. Why is her mask not up to her face, if she feels threatened by him for wearing it? The mask sits on her neck all the time. Why is she so close to him, and hitting him with the mask? If she were concerned about getting sick, this is not the most efficient way to prevent her from contracting a virus. It looked as though she was having a lot of fun and was perhaps enjoying some adult beverages. But it didn’t make a lot of sense, that’s for sure.
Whatever was happening with her, she had to pay the price for pretending to be Karen and attacking the man. View from the Wing says that she met several officers at the airport when the plane landed. She likely had to pay the price for these actions.