Outrage after anti-masker compares face coverings to George Floyd's death

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The almost month-old news clip recently went viral on social media, garnering more than 8.2 million views and universal outrage.

“This has to be an SNL skit. It just has to be,” tweeted baseball commentator Jared Carrabis.

Ex-CIA agent John Sipher was also outraged, stating: “This has to be fake. Please, please …”

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An anonymous Twitter user quipped: “BREAKING: Shauna Kinville qualifies for the 2020 “Most ridiculous comment on Twitter” Championship. Wow, what a moron.’”

Another commenting of Kinville’s stupidity remarked: “I would not like to be Shauna Kinville today. I honestly can’t believe someone would go on the news and actually say something so stupid.”

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Kinville wasn’t the only person to say something controversial from that protest. The same clip also featured comments from elderly protester Betty Jake.

“Let me tell you why I hate masks, they’re contaminated,” she said. “And because most child predators, most child molesters love them.”