The mask mandates intended to help slow the spread of the coronavirus created a movement that defies all logic: the anti-mask people. Organizer Sam Walker tried to hold his million moron march in July around the baffling idea that Krogers' asking customers to wear masks is akin to the rise of a Maoist regime. He started with a Facebook event that attracted way more critical comments than supporters. Walker eventually just shut down any further public discussion, the digital equivalent of sticking your fingers in your ears and humming. The attempted protest at a Kroger store in Irving that followed attracted four unmasked freedom fighters and a bunch of cops and store managers who knew they were coming despite their attempts to hide the location of their demonstration by communicating on Facebook Messenger. There is nothing we can say that sums up this failed attempt to poke in the eyes of "Big Mask" better than Walker's response to our questions about his demonstration. "You know how many people showed," Walker wrote in a Facebook message. "How do you think it went?"