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Patricia Arquette is an Academy Award-winning actress. She’s also not fond of people who do not wear masks.

An0maly, a hip-hop artist, asked his Twitter followers for a grocery store you can buy food at for your family “without a muzzle on your face.”

Arquette was triggered.

“Grow your own food,” she said.

“I like to go without pants when I have my period and free flow without being muzzled. Which markets can I go buy food for my family that won’t harass me? Freedom!” she added.

An0maly responded:

“The difference is I’m completely healthy when I request to breathe air. Imagine treating every woman like she was on her period without pants and banning them all from public spaces. Thanks for proving my point, Patty!”

When one person told Arquette her analogy if that’s what you want to call it, is gross, she responded:

“Not as gross or dangerous as people going maskless and risking spreading highly infectious illness that is killing people and destroying our economy and costing us billions in healthcare costs.”

Well, it is a unique perspective, I guess.

And it is more evidence there are two Americas — one that is sane, and one that isn’t.

Author: Jacob Hall