Nope, this question's not rhetorical.
Do you agree with your question?
You can't agree with a question but I don't think COVID vigilantism would be justified, I think people should report violations of social distancing and lockdown measures to their local authority.
Fair enough, at first it seemed like you were trying to justify it.
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People who attend mass gatherings without precautions.
You mean like Trump supporters, as well as BLM and antifa?
Trump supporters, yes:www.npr.org/.../states-report-coronavirus-cases-linked-to-sturgis-s-d-motorcycle-rallyBLM, no:www.healthline.com/.../black-lives-matter-protests-didnt-contribute-to-covid19-surge
As expected. Anyway, yeah, go for it.
Yep, because facts don't care about your feelings.
I'm not even gonna waste time arguing that. Let's just see what happens if anybody does decide to do some vigilante justice.
You'd have to have had your head in the sand for the past year to think BLM & Antifa don't use masks for pretty much everything they do. I mean, even aside from COVID-19 they get gassed every damn night, so...
Suggesting violence and retribution becsuse a group has a different opinion.Do you think they should do this to people with AIDS? Flu? Hepatitis? What about people spreading "harmful" ideas?You'd be right at home in Nazi Germany or with the old Russian communists.
I'm not suggesting anything, I'm asking people for their opinion on the manner.
And even if I was suggesting it, it would be holding people accountable for their actions, not having different opinions.
Yeah there's a difference between an "opinion" and fucking everyone else over out of sheer selfishness (and scientific illiteracy).