Idiots come in all shapes and sizes and judging people by looks alone can be deceiving. Some idiots appear outwardly friendly, some don't. Sometimes the person you least suspect of idiocy turns out to be the biggest idiot of all.
In current time America, you could make the case that anyone wearing a face diaper is an idiot and I wouldn't argue with you. Although, I would suggest exceptions be made for children, teenagers, and even those in their early-mid twenties. They've been duped and lied to by their parents and their teachers and many of them honestly don't know any better. Certainly anyone over the age of thirty and wearing a face diaper has earned the label idiot.
An idiot's opinion on any subject is often a word-for-word regurgitation of the last television news show they watched. If you ask their opinion about something that hasn't been covered on television, you'll likely be met with a fluoride stare.
Idiots occupy two extremes when it comes to education. They're either uneducated without a high school diploma or highly educated with a college degree. The former group is comprised of welfare mothers, non-working males, and generally anyone who depends on the government dole to survive, while the latter group tend to be white collar professionals.
Idiots have a blind faith in authority, yet almost all of them are irreligious. The few that aren't irreligious are what I call CINOs--Catholics in Name Only. They've been brainwashed to accept the post Vatican II counterfeit church and its line of wicked antipopes. They call themselves Christian, but their actions are decidedly anti-Christian.
I used to feel sorry for idiots and occasionally I still do. When I see children and teens being forced to wear masks and know that very soon they will be forced to submit to the beast by taking the jab, it breaks my heart. I wish I could help them, but there's only so much I can do. Especially when their parents are idiots.