Shauna Lynn Proctor Kinville is one of the white women who became famous because of a viral video in 2020. She is one of the Americans who disagree with the mandate that requires people to wear a face mask in public places to help prevent further spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).
Kinville infuriated her fellow Americans when she likened wearing a face mask to the fatal arrest of George Floyd. Here are 13 more facts about her:
- She was born on February 12, 1991.
- She is an anti-mask protester.
- She is a resident of Saint George, Utah, United States.
- Aside from St. George, she also lived in other areas of Utah including Midvale.
- She previously lived in Rexburg, Idaho, USA.
- Among her family and relatives are Daonne M. Proctor, Arthur J. Proctor, David Proctor, Barbara Joy Proctor, Kimberly M. Nield, Lynn Patti Tempest, Ronald Emery Kinville, Nancy Lee Kinville, Kenneth Charles Kinville, Kenneth Jacob Kinville, Summer Kinville, Jennifer Leanne Ahlstrom Kinville, Donna Roberta Kinville and Jason Ronald Kinville.
- On June 1, 2014, she was arrested in Utah for domestic violence in the presence of a child and simple domestic assault with respective bonds of $1900 and $972.
- On August 21, 2020, she was one of the hundreds of protesters who attended a rally at the Washington County School District building on West Tabernacle St. in St. George to oppose the school mask mandate required statewide by Utah governor Gary Herbert.
- While in an anti-mask mandate rally, which was hosted by the Liberty Action Coalition, in St. George on August 21, 2020, she told Utah ABC affiliate KTVX reporter Katie Karalis, “(It is unfair) when George Floyd was saying ‘I can’t breathe’ and then he died and now we’re wearing a mask and we say ‘I can’t breathe’ but we’re being forced to wear it anyway.”
- On September 13, 2020, Tyler Oakley shared to his almost 6 million Twitter followers a clip of her anti-mask comment.
- On September 15, 2020, Jimmy Kimmel described her in a tweet as “the world’s dumbest person.”
- She is “not confused” and she is racist,” Chelsea Clinton tweeted on September 15, 2020.
- On September 16, 2020, Richard Marx advised his Twitter followers to not be like her and described her as an “ignorant f**kstick.”