Allen Pan, a YouTuber out of Austin, TX says he’s tired of ‘maskholes,’ which is what he affectionate calls people who refuse to wear masks. So, Allen made a device to solve that problem.
Allen said in a video, ‘It feels like people just aren’t wearing masks and they should be. I’m only talking about in America, by the way. It’s kind of a uniquely American problem. So what are we going to do about it? What am I going to do about it?’
Pen said, ‘One thing the coronavirus protesters actually care about is the Second Amendment. That’s right — guns… so an American problem demands an American solution…I’m going to put the Second Amendment together with health care.’
In the YouTube video you can see Pan saying that he’s working against the current fact-denying climate regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pan then goes on to explain how he made the mask launching gun using off the shelf parts found in local hardware stores. Things like spray paint guns and valves. He then took all of these parts to Huntington Beach, California, which according to Pan is ‘one of the most anti-mask cities in southern California.’
Yes. This thing actually works and can shoot a mask onto someone’s face without hurting them. In fact, like many inventors, the creator of the ‘Maskhole Gun’ is willing to try it on himself.
In beta-tests, Pen says the device worked on the first run, so then he tested it on himself. At Huntington Beach, Pan and an associate were asking people on the beach if they would like to shoot the mask-gun.
Recently in Austin, TX, protesters gathered for a ‘Shed the Mask, Don the Flag’ protest in the middle of downtown. The event details went on about ‘Our freedoms are being hit hard from so many angles right now, and this protest is going to bring to light TRUTH about COVID-19, why a virus or really NOTHING is ever an acceptable reason to take away your rights, and what YOU can do to combat unconstitutional orders taking place in your local government!’ Yeah. Pretty crazy. I know.
As of this writing, 34 states and Washington, D.C. have mask mandates in-place. On a Federal scale, however, mask wearing is only a recommended COVID-19 safety precaution rather than a rule. Dr. Deborah Birx and Dr. Anthony Fauci are responsible for the recommendation.