SCENE: Mitch BERG is walking, sans ceremonial mask, into the Target on University Avenue, trying to calculate the number of people without masks in mandate-free, Karen-rich Saint Paul. Focused on numbers, he doesn’t notice as Avery LIBRELLE, wearing three masks, walks around the corner.
BERG: Oh, ssssshhhhhhhhut the front door, how ya been, Avery?
LIBRELLE: Nobody is coming for your guns.
BERG: Democrats nationwide, including in Minnesota, are trying to.
LIBRELLE: Are they at your door taking your guns right this minute?
BERG: Er, no
LIBRELLE: So they’re not coming for your guns.
BERG: So if they’re not coming for my guns in five minutes, but not literally carting off my gun safe right at this moment…
LIBRELLE: Then you’ve got nothing to complain about.
LIBRELLE: But the whole “Second Amendment” thing is just a conspiracy to sell more guns and ammo. It’s to profit from fear.
BERG: Huh. So the firearms and ammo industries staged “gun control” panic to improve their market.
BERG: So if that were the case, wouldn’t the firearms and ammunition industries have made sure they were ready to supply the immense demand?
(But LIBRELLE has already wandered off to badger someone who’s not wearing a mask.