Ever since the forced mask mandates were in place, it become one of the hottest debates here in the United States. Then, tyrant Joe saw an opportunity to make it political – he then invented his own version of mask and vaccine mandates this year.

Recently, a woman from Orange County, California was accused of refusing to wear a mask in a California store is now convicted of trespassing.

Marianne Campbell Smith, 57, was arrested at the grocery store Mother’s Market in Costa Mesa on Aug. 15, 2020, at The Orange County Register.

And this week, an Orange County Superior Court jury found Marianne Campbell Smith guilty of a pair of misdemeanor charges – trespassing and obstructing a business or customers – following her Aug. 15, 2020 arrest at the busy Mother’s Market near the Triangle Square during an anti-mask protest.

Smith recall what happened, she said she was cuffed, and the store manager locked her and other maskless individuals in the store and called the police.

Shockingly, over a dozen police officers showed up at the Orange County grocery store to arrest a few people for not wearing masks in public.

Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said this case was about “private business and workers trying to comply with local and state health orders.”

In a statement read in court prior to the sentencing, District Attorney Todd Spitzer said the case was about protecting private property rights.

“The defendant wanted to make this about masks and freedom,” Spitzer said. “This trial was about a private business and workers just trying to comply with health orders. Instead, she bullied her way around the store and yelled at masked elderly shoppers that they were part of a government conspiracy.”

Smith, who described herself as a longtime nurse and mother of three, said she has a medical condition that prevents her from wearing masks. Her attorney added that she entered the store to get food and refreshments, not to protest.

“Justice was not served, but I accept it,” Smith, 57, said outside the courthouse following the verdict. “Because it was important to talk about these issues today.”

Sources: Thegatewaypundit,

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