Anti-masker New York realtor is fired after he filmed himself chasing young children down the street and screaming that their parents are abusing them by forcing them to wear masks at school
- Realtor Curtis Goldstein filmed himself chasing mask-wearing school children
- Goldstein used a bullhorn to tell the kids they were being ‘abused’ by parents
- On Friday, he was fired from his job at R New York Real Estate
- Goldstein who also goes by the name Orwell has been involved in other anti-vax and anti-masking protests around the city in recent weeks
A New York realtor filmed himself chasing young school children down the street as they came out of school, telling them they had been abused because they were being forced to wear masks by teachers and parents.
Curtis Goldstein, who also goes by the name Curtis Orwell worked for R New York Real Estate and shot footage in which he yelled at the youngsters through a bullhorn.
In video posted to Twitter, Goldstein could be heard on Twitter telling the kids to remove their masks as they left school outside P.S. 158 on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Realtor Curtis Goldstein, pictured, filmed himself chasing mask-wearing school children
Goldstein used a bullhorn to tell the kids who were wearing face masks they were being ‘abused’ by their parents
The children were followed and harassed as they walked out of P.S. 158 on Manhattan’s Upper East Side
‘You need to be breathing fresh oxygen. This is diabolical. This is a psychological operation. Children should be breathing fresh oxygen!’ Goldstein yells.
‘Why are we suppressing oxygen levels to our children? Why? Why are we doing it? he asks.
‘Dear parents, please take off these masks from your children. Please take them off,’ he repeats. ‘They’re not helping. They’re degrading their health.’
‘Children need empathy,’ he explains. ‘Children get that through facial recognition.’
Then Goldstein suddenly directs his attention to the youngsters.
Orwell has been involved in other anti-vax and anti-masking protests around the city in recent weeks
Goldstein appears to be a rabid anti-masker and anti-vaxxer in postings to his social media
On Friday, he was fired from his job at R New York Real Estate Goldstein who also goes by the name
‘Your children are abusing you because they can’t let go of CNN. They can’t let go!’
All New York students, staff and faculty must wear masks while at school under a mandate that was introduced in August.
The move was been slammed by many who accused politicians of ‘social conditioning’ children to accept the government decisions.
Others welcomed it to prevent the spread of the virus, especially as the Delta variant runs wild.
New York City has had a mask mandate in place since last year, and all NYC school employees were required to have their first vaccination shot by September 27 with the mayor warning any unvaccinated school employees would be placed on unpaid leave and not be allowed to work.
On Friday, in an Instagram post, it was confirmed by R New York CEO Stefani Berkin that Goldstein had been fired from the real estate firm he worked for.
‘The company does not support bullying or harassment of any kind as it is not aligned with our values,’ Berkin wrote.
‘We have made the decision to terminate Curtis Goldstein immediately,’ she added. ‘He is no longer affiliated with the company.’
Goldstein has long been critical of the vaccine mandates imposed by many companies and organizations comparing them to rape.
Last week he was involved in a protest outside the Barclays Center in Brooklyn where demonstrators demanded Nets basketball star Kyrie Irving be allowed to play on the team.
On Friday, in an Instagram post, it was confirmed by R New York CEO Stefani Berkin that Goldstein had been fired from the real estate firm he worked for
Irving had decided not to get the vaccine and was barred from the team until he gets the jab.
Goldstein, who is not vaccinated, explained his presence as part of a fight for ‘bodily autonomy and sovereignty’ allowing people to have ‘the right to choose what goes in their bodies.’
‘We also know so much more than we knew 18 months ago about the virus,’ he said. ‘We have therapeutics that have been tried and proven to great success. Unfortunately, those kinds of voices are being totally suppressed and censored.’
Goldstein said that he knew of people who had lost their jobs because they were not vaccinated.
‘It doesn’t feel right to them and that’s OK,’ he said to US News. ‘We need to respect that.’