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Jewish conservatives will burn masks at Collin County party to celebrate end of Texas mask mandate – The Dallas Morning News

More than 200 people are expected to gather at a Collin County home this week for sushi, drinks, political speakers — and a bonfire to destroy masks that…

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More than 200 people are expected to gather at a Collin County home this week for sushi, drinks, political speakers and a bonfire to destroy masks that organizers say represent government overreach.
The Dallas Jewish Conservatives event Wednesday evening in Parker is meant to celebrate Gov. Greg Abbotts announced end of Texas mask mandate and other COVID-19 restrictions.
I felt it was an opportunity for my fellow conservative Texans and freedom-loving Americans to come together and celebrate, said…

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