KISS rhythm guitarist Paul Stanley shared posts on his official Twitter page revealing his opinion about anti-maskers in addition to sharing a public message in order to stress the fact that these times will pass and people should stand together during this holiday season.

As many of you may know, health organizations from all over the world stress the importance of wearing masks in order to be protected from COVID-19. In addition to protecting ourselves, face masks prevent coronavirus from spreading, according to many experts. Therefore many countries made it obligatory to wear a mask while citizens are not in their homes.

However, there is still a huge amount of anti-mask protestors who refuses to wear face masks. They have their own reasons, firstly, most people don’t believe that face masks provide protection, secondly, according to them, masks take away their freedom. Ultimately, they claim that they are completely fine with dying from COVID-19 since death is inevitable.

The world is now divided into two when it comes to wearing a face mask, and apparently, Paul Stanley is one of those who believe in face masks according to one of his recent posts on his official Twitter page. Stanley stated that anti-mask protestors and gatherings for holidays are the reasons that COVID-19 could not be prevented still to this day.

Here is what Paul Stanley said in his tweet about anti-maskers:

“Frankly, I’ve had enough of the self-serving & politically motivated mask misinformation & BS about this pandemic. I don’t want to hear about ‘my freedom’ & ‘my rights’ that then infringe on so many others’. Those ‘rights’ & choosing to gather at Thanksgiving got us here. Wake up”

Later on, Stanley shared another post on his official Twitter page and claimed that during these hards times, we all should be aware of the fact that the conditions will get better eventually if people stand together. Stanley also celebrated his fans’ holidays in addition to wishing them the best.

Here is what Stanley said about his wishes for the new year:

“In this holiday season filled with tensions & a health crisis, we all need to know that it will get better & we will put this very trying time behind us.

We are always at our strongest when we stand together. Whatever holiday you celebrate, I wish you the best.”

You can see the Twitter posts below.