Republican state Sen. Amanda Chase of Virginia enjoys clapping back at haters who mock her for not wearing a mask because of a medical condition.
Chase has been forced to sit near the back of the room surrounded by a Plexiglas barrier during sessions of the General Assembly.
The vocal Second Amendment advocate was ridiculed for not wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic even though she has a doctor’s note verifying that she has an underlying health condition, WAVY-TV reported.
In August, the Virginia gubernatorial candidate joked about her special seating arrangement, calling the Plexiglas box “the square of freedom, the freedom to breathe,” according to WRIC-TV.
Fast-forward six months and liberals are still taunting her mask exemption, even though Virginia Executive Order 63 states that a person who “has a medical condition limiting the use of face coverings should not wear a face covering.”
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