In a video that surfaced on Twitter on Tuesday, a bunch of protesters, together with some youthful folks, may be seen strolling by way of retailer aisles, blasting music — particularly Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It” — and urging buyers to ignore well being suggestions that have been applied to assist forestall the unfold of the virus.
The group chanted “take off your masks,” “we’re not gonna take it anymore” in addition to “yeah, we bought one” as they headed down the shop aisle.
“We’re conscious of the group of friends who got here into the shop final night time and we requested them to depart after they eliminated their masks and have become disruptive and impolite to different buyers,” a Goal spokesperson informed FOX Enterprise.
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, who wrote “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” slammed the group on Twitter, saying they “would not have my permission or blessing to make use of my track for his or her moronic trigger.”
For months, well being specialists have frequently pressured folks put on masks in public settings, particularly when it’s laborious to social distance. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) famous that masks “are most probably to scale back the unfold of COVID-19 when they’re broadly utilized by folks in public settings.”
There are greater than 663,000 constructive COVID-19 circumstances in Florida and almost 13,000 folks have died from the virus, in keeping with Florida health officials.