Hmmm... given the spirit of the holiday weekend and my unusually good nature today, I'll answer as if you weren't being a complete c*nt.
Three times in as many weeks I've had a anti-masker encounter - twice in small, family (of nuthuggers)-owned pool supply store from which I've been purchasing my pool chemicals for the last 15 years, and once in a Von's.
In the instance of the former, after two instances - a maskless customer in their store, and then their Idiot Son - I have made the decision to shop elsewhere. Not because of politics - as I said, I've been paying them above-market for chlorine and muriatic acid for many moons (I do it to support small business and because IMO they have superior chlorine) - but because I am not going to increase my risk of exposure due to their politics.
In the second instance, I was standing in line waiting to check out in Von's - who has a strict *must wear* mask policy - when I heard some guy in the adjacent line say, "Hey - are you in line? Oh, okay [cough, cough]." It was the coughing that had me look. When I looked over, no mask. I, on the other hand, between my #CovidClothes, mirror blackout goggles, lid, and triple-layer mask look like Deadpool's poorer cousin, Deadbroke.
There was no way he could see I was casting sideways eye, so I displayed my disapproval with multiple emphatic shakes of the head. I kept staring, he looked away. Maybe in hindsight I was trying to bait the guy to say something, but in the absence of his provocation I wasn't going to accost him - but damn if I'm not going to ask the manager (working my lane) if it's acceptable when I check out. Which I did. She gave me an emphatic "NO" in response and asked if I had seen a customer without one. I pointed him out, and she called the cashier over, then called him. In classic He-Karen form, he gave her some lip before walking out.
As he was passing by on the other side of the counter, he gestures towards me and says, "it was HIM, huh?"
To which I got a little salty and said, "YEAH it was me, +++++er. How about you stick around for a minute outside and we'll talk about it?" And as he continued walking away I called after him, "Get with the program, asshole!" And guess what? The manager thanked me - twice - for "standing up to him."
I didn't know what to expect leaving the store. I had a 6-pack of cans in my left hand, a 6-pack of bottles in my right. On the way to the door I was trying to decide whether I should break the entire f*cking 6-pack upside his MAGA b¡tch dome, or drop the 6-pack and just swing one bottle if he was waiting to blindside me as I left the store. #Decisions
But nope - he was f*cking ghost. And I wasn't surprised. In my experience, the loudest tend to be the biggest pusses when push comes to shove.
Other than that, on my next trip to Von's to buy 4th of July steaks I had to ask two gentlemen to please maintain 'social distance' of 6 feet. I had patiently waited for the two women in front of me to make their selections in turn and depart before I made my selection. But when I walked up there, these two guys mobbed up almost immediately. But when I asked - respectfully - they both acknowledged and complied without issue. And in all fairness, I've been on the other side of that equation, where I've accidentally crowded on someone and have had to be reminded - these are big-little changes we are all trying to make.
But at this point in time - at least here where it's been an enforceable county mandate for months - the only reason some MAGA dipshit is going to refuse to wear a mask in an establishment that has similarly been requiring it for as long is to be a b¡tch MAGAt f*cking troll, and no, I do not have an infinite well of patience for those c*nts.