He never specified the context that you were supposed to expect that caused the person to be labeled a Karen, since the actual context turned out to be unrelated to COVID. The only statement he was making was that a lot of people who refuse to wear masks have been Karens, not that everyone who refuses to wear them are Karens. As it turns out, I fully respect anyone's decision to not wear a mask if they're fully vaccinated. I don't consider them a Karen in that circumstance, but I still found the meme funny. A Karen is someone who raises a big stink about a minor perceived grievance or rule violation. And it's true; a lot of people raised a huge stink about being made to wear a mask, which is a mere inconvenience.
Demanding people wear something that not only doesn't help people in the way that they claim it does, but actively compromises your immune system or you can't do literally anything you need to do to function in society is a little bit more than an "inconvenience". And calling the cops on them for not doing so is the epitome of a Karen. (you dumbasses arrested people minding their own businesses in the middle of the woods with no one around for miles, you have no claim for anyone but yourselves being the Karen's).
So let me get this straight: there's good scientific evidence out there suggesting that wearing a piece of cloth over your nose and mouth makes you unable to fight off disease? And despite the great evidence of this alarming fact, basically all medical and scientific professionals in the world have completely ignored it? And because I'm in favor of masking under certain circumstances, I'm automatically guilty of getting people arrested for not masking up while alone in the middle of the woods. Your hasty generalizations are truly astonishing.
*My* hasty generalization?! That's all you coronavirus alarmists have been doing for the past year and a half; making people with no rightful reason to assume they were sick act like they have the plague. And it's not the fact that you're "in favor of masking under certain circumstances" that's the problem, it's you sheep - yes, as a collective whole - demonizing anyone who disagrees with you, or does independent research as Karens to not only shrug us off but also have metaphorical witch hunts for anyone who doesn't comply. Don't even try anything that stupid again.
1. You still haven't told me where you found the evidence for your claim about a piece of cloth over your face compromising the immune system. I'm pretty sure you're not a doctor or a pathologist or anything like that, so I can't just take your word for it. And you seem to be hanging a lot of your argument on it too. If it's not true, then wearing a mask remains a mere inconvenience to all but a select few. And we definitely have at least some reason to believe masks help prevent the spread of the virus. The science is inconclusive at the very worst; at best it's conclusive in favor of masks. To say it's conclusive against the effectiveness of masks is to be willfully ignorant. https://www.kxan.com/news/coronavirus/do-face-masks-work-here-are-49-scientific-studies-that-explain-why-they-do/
2. "Making a generalization", or making everyone wear a mask just in case they have the disease is the only way to effectively slow the spread other than the vaccine. One of the problems with COVID is that you don't always know if you have it, so only making people wear masks is they have symptoms won't do much. And doesn't the deadliness of the disease justify everyone exercising a little caution if they're not vaccinated? We're talking about saving people's lives.
3. Again with the hasty generalizations on your end. Because I support a particular policy I'm now a "witch hunter" frantically searching out people who disobey it so I can punish them? And there's no way you can claim this one was necessary like making everyone wear a mask.