San Diego Man Goes On EPIC Rant Voicing Concerns Against Mandatory Mask Mandates

A San Diego man voiced what all genuine Americans think, but cannot say in public, about President Obama’s medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci and his comparison of him to Adolf Hitler, at a San Diego County Board of Supervisors meeting this week.

Several parents and San Diego citizens raised their concerns about a coronavirus vaccine mandate at a town hall meeting. Having first pretended to blow wind across the room, Baker started his two-minute address by criticizing future mandates and stole the show.

“That is the wind of time, that is the wind of history, that is the wind blowing through your ancestors’ bones begging you to do the right thing,” says Baker, who begins to blow into the microphone.

“The wind that is blowing through the black people, through the white people, through the Chinese people, through the Mexican American people … they are begging you and they are blowing through your veins and they should be putting a tingle up the spine of your back and they should be begging you to do the right thing!”

Baker then goes on to state that if the authorities implement a mandatory vaccination law, they will keep their authority. “You are about to open a pit of hell! You do not get a vaccine passport put on us. You know as the population who is in control … you know once you get the power you will never relinquish it!”

“Your children and your children’s children will be subjugated!” Baker screamed, saying kids would soon be asked how many vaccines they had received before likening Fauci to Hitler. “They will be asked ‘how many vaccines have you had? Have you been a good little Nazi? Heil Fauci! Heil Fauci!”

We here do not believe in the mandatory mandate for vaccines.

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