Unmasked. Unmuzzled. Unvaccinated. Unafraid.

T-shirts and other apparel for those who don’t buy into mainstream media propaganda.

The “Original” Unmasked. Unmuzzled. Unvaccinated. Unafraid. Swag.

Since publishing my blog post Unmasked. Unmuzzled. Unvaccinated. Unafraid. and launching this swag on July 3, 2020, a lot of people have ripped off the graphic and phrase. It’s odd, since most are fellow conservatives. Nonetheless, if you want to buy from the original source, you’re in the right place.

The story behind the Unmasked. Unmuzzled. Unvaccinated. Unafraid. apparel and swag.

I’d just resigned from a Vice President position because I wanted the freedom to speak up about the COVID Circus…the mask nonsense, the misleading way COVID cases are counted, concerns about the safety surrounding the COVID vaccine, and the way we are being conditioned to live in fear and primed for a different, and unnecessary way of life. Of course, being a VP at a fitness company with beliefs that run counter to the mainstream media propaganda machine could only lead to one end: cancellation.

So, I resigned before I put my company in a position where they’d need to let me go.

On July 3, 2020, I published a blog post entitled Unmasked. Unmuzzled. Unvaccinated. Unafraid. While working on the draft of the article, I contacted my friend Chase Harrison with the idea to put those words on a graphic with the American Flag filling the letters. Those four words described where I was at, as well as many other Americans.

I hope that when you wear this stuff, you don’t do it as a way to stick up a middle finger to those who think differently.

Instead, I hope you wear it with the intent to show others that’s it’s okay in today’s world to stand for your beliefs without fear. To think for yourself. To make a personal decision about your health without concern for the hateful way others may look at you for it. And of course, I hope you wear it to show others that you won’t make your decisions based on the words of a talking head on television or an even less qualified (and often hypocritical) politician giving their followers a pep talk.