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Employer demands all employees wear masks during ZOOM meetings because “unmasked faces” make other employees nervous
By Ethan Huff // Jan 10, 2022

Someone on Twitter claims that he is now being forced to mask up on virtual Zoom call meetings with his company because one of his colleagues is petrified of unmasked human faces.


The man (watch below) says that a company-wide email was sent out to all employees informing them that, effective immediately, no noses and mouths are to be seen on the webcam any longer.

"I work from home and today my boss sent an email saying that the whole team needs to wear masks during our Zoom meetings because one of the employees has a 'fear of unmasked people,'" the man states.

"I'm trying to be respectful but..."

He then shows a screenshot of an email that reads as follows:


I am writing you all today to inform you of a new protocol for our staff zoom [sic] meetings. Moving forward, everyone will be required to wear a mask during our meetings. One of our team members has a fear of unmasked people, and I want to make sure everyone feels safe and comfortable. This requirement is effective immediately.


Ashleigh LeighAnn Davidson-Greene"

Covid paranoia is spreading mass formation psychosis like a virus

Now, it could be that this man invented the story and sent an email to himself. This writer was unable to find any information online about an Ashleigh LeighAnn Davidson-Greene.

At the same time, crazier things have happened throughout the plandemic that would make this alleged new protocol unsurprising.

As we reported back in the summer of 2020, a professor at Marymount Manhattan College in New York City was accused of being a "racist" because she was caught "resting" her eyes during a Zoom town hall meeting about "anti-racism."

Apparently one must be fully engaged with anti-white rhetoric at all times or else she hates black and brown people, which is what this professor was basically accused of signaling with her tiredness.

About a month later, all employees at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) were told that they had to make up on Zoom calls to set a "good example" for the public.

Even though none of the employees were ever in the same room with one another, their unmasked faces appearing on a computer or phone screen could scare someone into thinking that a real-life unmasked person possibly harboring the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) was present.

This is what you call mass formation psychosis and it really is happening in some places, or at least did happen early on in the plandemic. Because of this, the man's claim above is hardly far-fetched.

"He doesn't want his computer to get a virus," joked one person on Twitter about the Zoom mask mandate. "What's the problem?"

"So tell everyone you have a fear of masked people," suggested another.

"Why would you do that to your whole team over one person?" asked someone else. "Well, I always said you didn't need a brain to be a manager."

"Even funnier when, apparently, he prefers naked Zoom meetings," said someone else about the man in the video who appears to not be wearing a shirt.

Not a single comment shows any support for wearing a mask while on a Zoom call because, quite frankly, doing so is utter insanity, apparently even to the most covid-deranged zombies out there.

"I'm required to wear gloves, a mask, and face shield while working from home," someone else joked. "I live alone."

More news about plandemic hysteria can be found at Fascism.news.

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