The Masked Springer

“Leslie Manookian, a former Wall Street analyst living in Idaho who had founded an anti-COVID-regulation nonprofit; two Florida women who said their anxiety prevented them from wearing masks and, therefore, traveling; and a Trump-appointed federal judge who the American Bar Association said was too inexperienced to be appointed to the bench.” After all the hullaballoo, all the arguing, all the politically charged faux outrage, in the end, the mask mandate fizzled out due to a small group of people most had never even heard of. Who Ended the Travel Mask Mandate? A Vaccine Critic, a Florida Judge and 2 Anxious Travelers.

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