IN THE NAME OF JESUS: Screaming Covidiot Busted At Bagel Shop, Accuses Cops Of Trying To Steal Her Purse

The South Florida SunSentinel reports:

A staunch opponent of wearing masks became the latest South Floridian to wind up behind bars over COVID-19 rules when she refused to cover her face inside a West Boca bagel shop, deputies say. The mask showdown happened Thursday when Cindy Falco-DiCorrado, 62, of Boynton Beach, refused to cover her face inside an Einstein Bros. Bagels.

Falco-DiCorrado, who on social media has referred to the COVID-19 crisis as a “scamdemic,” now is invoking a religious exemption to wearing mask. She said, as a minister, she was at the bagel shop with a woman she was counseling.

Falco-DiCorrado spent the night in jail and was released Friday afternoon. “It was an unbelievable horrific experience,” she said, adding that she had “no idea” she could get arrested. Last September, she participated in a protest inside a Fort Lauderdale Target, hollering to shoppers, “Breathe! You’re Americans, breathe!”

The Miami Herald reports:

According to the arrest report, when deputies went into Einstein they saw Dicorrado “standing in front of the counter screaming loudly at customers and employees” and shouting “I am not leaving that is discrimination.” When an officer asked her to step outside, Dicorrado refused, starting quoted “Constitution codes and discrimination statutes” and screamed at the officer, the report said.

The incident began making the rounds with video postings on social media. “Get your hands off of me. You are kidnapping me,” she is heard yelling at the officer. On May 30, 2020, Dicorrado was arrested and charged with trespassing and resisting arrest while protesting the wearing of masks while in a parking lot outside a Sunshine Market in West Palm Beach.

“Help! He’s trying to steal my purse! In the name of Jesus! In the name of Jesus! I come against these powers and principalities and these lies and abuse!”