A hat shop located in Nashville, Tennessee, is drawing strong criticism online for daring to sell wearable Stars of David that read “NOT VACCINATED.”

The company, Hatworks, according to The New Civil Rights Movement, spells its name “hatWRKS” and began posting images of the patches on various social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, with the following message:

“patches are here!! they turned out great. $5ea. string adhesive back …. we’ll be offering trucker caps soon.”

When criticism of the patches started, the store posted a response:

“In all text on a yellow background, it asks if the people ‘who are so outraged by my post…are outraged by the tyranny the world is experiencing?'”

Apparently, the “tyranny” the store is referring to involves wearing a protective mask to help slow the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus and urging Americans to get vaccinated so the United States can reach herd immunity and put the virus behind us after the previous president, Donald Trump, repeatedly failed to get the disease under control.

Oh, and Hatworks added this to its online reply to criticism of the patches:

“offering silence & compliance … is the worst crime.” “i will delete your disgust and hope you put it where it belongs.”

The Star of David patches being sold for five bucks a pop also appear to be a sick commentary (and tacit support) of a comparison made by QAnon Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who compared mask mandates in the House of Representatives to the Holocaust. 6 million Jews perished in Nazi death camps between 1941 and 1945.

It didn’t take long before the internet lit up with anger and derision for what Hatworks was doing:

Here’s hoping Hatworks is out of business and bankrupt very soon.

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