TROY – On Monday, Troy’s Mayor and Edgelord-in-Chief, Robin Oda, placed an anti-mask sign on City Hall’s door.
The sign appeared to be a strange social experiment, and a salty act spawned from Oda’s distaste with Mike DeWine’s statewide COVID-19 mandates.
It reads as follows:
“You Are Welcome Here Regardless of the Following:
– Ability or inability to wear a mask
– Religious beliefs
– Political affiliation
– Socioeconomic status
Required to enter:
Kindness and consideration for others while inside … despite the above.”
Oda has essentially compared discrimination on mask wearing to the same discrimination people face based on their religion and socioeconomic status. Oh, and let’s make this “official” with the State of Ohio logo at the bottom. Seriously, Robin?
To cap it off, the sign concludes with a sentence that reads “Please remember, you have never walked a day in someone else’s shoes.” Yes Robin, please remember that you’ve never been discriminated against based on your socioeconomic status. But, we are sure that the hardships you have faced as an anti-masker are absolutely devastating. Our community weeps for you. We elected you as Mayor because we felt so bad for your difficult life, and wanted your story to be heard for generations to come.
In a release by the Dayton Daily News, Oda stated that she just “wanted to see if anybody would notice (the sign).” Good job Robin, you jokester. Lots of people noticed and you’ve given us even more reasons to make fun of you. You are the gift that keeps on giving, and for that, we thank you.
This gesture is the equivalent to a teenager subtweeting their peers for… I don’t even know. I actually can’t think of something this childish. It’s almost not even funny. Even the City Council President Will Lutz has publicly slammed Oda for this weird move. We really can’t make this shit up. Click here and read it from the Dayton Daily News yourself.
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