A woman from Tacoma, Washington is currently becoming internet famous for a series of tweets collected by another local woman showing an interesting progression. The first two tweets include photos showing family gatherings allegedly taking place during the pandemic with text bragging about violating social distancing guidelines and telling people to “stop living in fear.”
“I’m not worried about our germs,” she wrote in another tweet. The final tweet, however, sang a different tune.
Oh man. No comment.— #TB (@TBpnw) April 19, 2020
This is me not commenting. pic.twitter.com/p4WkbGCnGu
“I’ve TRIED requesting a test in multiple places and there’s no option or they tell me I have a cold,” she wrote in Sunday’s tweet. “Where can I get tested for this virus? Its [sic] my right to be tested. I want to know.”
Like this woman, many other people want to know if they have COVID-19, but there aren’t enough tests to go around after cases spiked in the U.S. starting in March because, as it turns out, viruses are contagious and the novel coronavirus is a problem. Hopefully, she doesn’t end up like John W. McDaniel, the Ohio man who came down with COVID-19 and died from it after calling local lockdown orders “bulls***” and “madness.”
Apparently immune to the effects of irony, this woman has continued posting support of anti-lockdown protests, including one in Olympia that drew hundreds of people who all might now have been exposed to the virus. But at least there’s some hope to be found on her Twitter page.
Losing followers gaining better followers...thanks for the cleanse#followtrain— CCCCCCCCCCC (@C_HAWK_CIARA) April 17, 2020
Sure, because the best followers are the ones you get for going viral for being exposed as a massive hypocrite. We can be forgiven for enjoying it a little, right?
This is a perfect example of “don’t care unless it happens to me”
— Samantha Ravndahl (@SsssamanthaaMUA) April 21, 2020
She’s a bitch but she’s a fair bitch I tell you what— #TB (@TBpnw) April 19, 2020
if you think its a hoax, you shouldn’t worry about it. when you take it more serious then maybe you deserve a test, maybe.
— Auntie 2.0 (@TheGaychel) April 19, 2020
— an cailín cainteach☘️ (@Trillian_01) April 20, 2020
— We Better Have Orange Pants Come Wednesday (@Banthony872) April 19, 2020
Thank you Mr. Darwin.
— Azia Gunn (@ASmockingGun) April 20, 2020
I thought it was your right to not be a “sheep”. Go live your life lol.
— Ali J ♥️🖤💛 (@AliMaholic) April 20, 2020
Actually, it’s not your “right” to be tested. Especially if you are asymptomatic, as you mention below. There is – in case you aren’t aware of it – a huge shortage of tests. I hope for you that you don’t get to the next stage where you’ll get to experience even worse shortages.
— Karen Holt (@Tinkerbellee) April 20, 2020
— Palate Architect (@ginandtectonica) April 21, 2020
🗣🎶 YOU GOTTA FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT – TO GET THE VIIIIIRRRRUUUUSSSS🗣🎶 pic.twitter.com/wEwqF0GKI0
— sknk_ape (@skunk_ape) April 19, 2020
Thank you for that entertainment, ma’am.