I Got my Rebel Face Masks Today

The 2021 American Renaissance conference is less than two months away, and that means I’ll be spending time at airports pretty soon.

Airports are the perfect place to wear Rebel insignia, and show our support for America, freedom and all that is good and wholesome. Therefore, I ordered a couple of Rebel masks from DLGrandeurs.com. The prices were reasonable, and my product was shipped immediately.

Anyway, it turns out they’re made in China.

My guess is that there are no factories in the US willing to fill such orders; they’d be cancelled. I would like to think that if it were possible, the website owners would prefer to sell made-in-American products, even if they cost more.

In any event, I do look forward to wearing them on my travels.

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2 Responses to I Got my Rebel Face Masks Today

  1. Lon Spector says:

    I see many YouTube videos by women van drivers that tour the country alone
    and boast of their “freedom.” One did gymastics poses on a log over a raging
    river. I think like them you could be “cruising-for-abusing.”

    • jewamongyou says:

      We’ll find out, won’t we? I don’t think there’s much of a chance of getting attacked at the airport. There are cameras everywhere, and security. Anybody who makes a scene risks missing his flight. I did see a guy wearing one of those masks at a local supermarket recently. Nobody hassled him, and I gave him a thumbs up.

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