Former “Silver Spoons” and “NYPD Blue” actor Ricky Schroder shared a video of confronting a California Costco worker who wouldn’t let him enter a shop without a mask.
Since the coronavirus outbreak began, stores have been demanding patrons to wear certain masks in order to be allowed to shop. Many of them follow state regulations on masks and public assembly areas. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week announced that fully vaccinated Americans could go without masks and socially aloof, with a few major exceptions.
This was the focus of the controversy raised by Schroder, who was visibly upset as he blamed Costco employees who identified themselves as front desk chief Jason outside the California-based store.
“Why don̵7;t you let me in?” The actor asked in a video shared on social media.
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“In California and the Los Angeles area… and Costco, our policy has not been changed,” the employee explained.
When Schroder states that the CDC has released new recommendations on masking and Costco has joined forces with other retailers to reduce the face mask requirement, the employee will correct him that all Costco locations are still compliant. State-issued regulations on masks Which in California still operates
USA Today Report Costco’s CEO, Craig Jelinek, said the nationwide rule change only affects the “A place where state or local jurisdiction does not have a masking order”
“Costco has always been superior when it obeys the law and the mandate in California has not changed,” Jason politely explained, noting that it is possible the rules change during June. But at this moment, his hands were tied.
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“Oh, if they give that to us, our King, the people in power, will you listen to these people?” Schroder joked. “They destroy our economy, they destroy our culture, they destroy our state. Us and you will listen to their rules. “
The star then opened a camera for himself, pleading with his followers to boycott Costco until they removed the mask order in every location.
“I’m getting my money back. I’m getting my money back from Costco,” he said. “I encourage everyone in California to get a refund from Costco to stop being a Costco member until they remove this.”
Jason concluded the response, noting that “Costco was abiding by the law.”
Representatives for the store chain did not immediately respond to Fox News’ requests for comment.
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However, Schroder shared a follow-up video on his Facebook page, where he apologized if he had upset employees. But explained that he felt that his bigger point was worth making this scene.
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“Jason is nothing personally. I am not sorry for you or anyone who works for a living. I understand that you follow their laws and regulations,” explains Schroeder. “I tried to point out to the head of their organization, and I apologize for having you do so if I hurt your feelings. I’m sorry. But I think being free from medical oppression is more important than hurting people.