Kevin Bain, a gun-touting protestor, lost his job at a Dallas-based law firm after releasing an unhinged Facebook post threatening to shoot anyone who tells him to wear a facemask in public.
According to Courthouse News, former Thompson & Knight employee Kevin Bain drew media attention last week after going on a crazed rant against businesses that require people to wear a mask while shopping.
“No more masks,” Bain wrote on his Facebook page. “Any business that tells me to put on a mask (Whole Foods on Lomo Alto) in Dallas will get told to kiss my Corona ass and will lose my business forever.”
That’s when the threats started coming.
“It’s time to stop this BULLSH*T,” he wrote. “Do I have to show the lame security guard outside of a ghetto store my CV19 test result? I will show him my Glock 21 shooting range results. With Hornady hollow points. Pricey ammi, but with it in this situation. They have reached the limit. I have more power than they do… they just don’t know it yet.”
According to the report, Thompson & Knight fired Bain immediately after learning about his post.
“This post is a complete violation of the values of our Firm, including our commitment to the health and safety of the communities we serve,” the firm wrote in a Facebook post. “We have terminated this individual’s employment and notified the proper authorities about the post as a precaution.”