everyone is blaming this hoax /pandemic on their stupidity



i don't know about the rest of you ...but people are blaming this virus hoax ....on their pathetic existence ......all this virus /hoax has done .......is  revealed  how really servile and low filthy the commoners are ........you only have to ask anyone 3 questions ........and it will define who they truly are .......simple fact ........its been proven over and over ........but there will never be a shortage of dirbags....... and lower level slugs ...the virus has just brought them out at an alarming rate ......


 recorded herself destroying a face-mask display in Target says that she lost all her PR clients and that her husband is filing for divorce
kmclaughlin@businessinsider.com (Kelly McLaughlin)
Face masks and backpacks for sale at a Walmart store in Encinitas, California.
Face masks and backpacks for sale at a Walmart store in Encinitas, California.
REUTERS/Mike Blake
  • Melissa Rein Lively, of Scottsdale, Arizona, told USA Today on Thursday that she spent a week in a mental-health facility after filming herself destroying a face-mask display at a Target on July 4.
  • She said that extreme stress from the pandemic led to a "manic bipolar episode."
  • She also said that her husband had filed for divorce and that she had lost all her clients at her public-relations firm.
  • "I think mental illness has been really something that has not been addressed as a result of this pandemic," she told USA Today, "because what happened to me was scary, and it changed my life forever."
A woman in Arizona who posted a video of herself destroying a face-mask display at a Target on social media earlier this month said that her husband had filed for divorce and that she had lost all her clients at her public-relations firm.
Melissa Rein Lively told USA Today on Thursday that she spent a week in a mental-health facility after the incident on July 4 at a Target in Scottsdale, Arizona. She described it as the result of a "manic bipolar episode" brought on by stress.
"I think mental illness has been really something that has not been addressed as a result of this pandemic. Because what happened to me was scary, and it changed my life forever. I felt I had absolutely no control over my actions," Rein Lively told USA Today.
Rein Lively, the CEO and founder of a PR firm in Scottsdale, said that when she returned home from Target, her husband called the police and she had to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.
"I can absolutely see that how I acted was unbelievably inappropriate, not to mention classless, and just completely out of character for how I conduct myself, professionally and personally," she told USA Today.
She said she also received death threats after the video of the incident spread across the internet.


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