At this point, masks should be used as an IQ test. If someone in public insists on wearing one, they can be wholly disregarded as a person not suitable for society.
Beyond IQ, continued mask-wearing signals your willingness to accept the government’s word at face value without any critical thinking whatsoever. These are the same people who would willingly send Jews off to die in concentration camps simply because the government told them to.
Widespread mask-wearing was an embarrassing time for America, a dint in our national ethos, and truly one of the most successful scams ever run on the general public.
Meanwhile, the scam continues!
Biden’s Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is ramping up hysteria over a new virus that seemingly spreads amongst homosexual men, like AIDS. Monkeypox is not airborne and therefore cannot be contracted in the same way as COVID-19, so widespread mask-wearing will do nothing to prevent the spread.
However, the CDC recommends widespread mask-wearing anyway.
The CDC advised wearing masks after closely monitoring cases of monkeypox that have lately been reported in numerous countries, including the U.S.
⚠️NEW—the CDC has raised the Alert Level of #Monkeypox to Level 2 over the weekend—warning: “Travelers should wear a mask. Wearing a mask can help protect you from many diseases, including monkeypox”
➡️Why the heck was there no big CDC / media advisory on this?
— Eric Feigl-Ding (@DrEricDing) June 6, 2022
“People usually become infected with the monkeypox virus through contact with the skin lesions or bodily fluids of infected animals or humans (alive or dead), including respiratory droplets, or through contact with materials contaminated with the virus,” according to the CDC’s notice.
So how does widespread mask-wearing in any way port to the currently available science on Monkeypox?
In addition to masking, the CDC recommends washing your hands and avoiding physical contact with anyone (alive or dead) infected with Monkeypox — seemingly self-evident and a part of basic hygiene in the West.
While Monkeypox cases have popped up on every content at this point, the disease remains extremely rare, with most cases clustered in Central and West Africa, according to the CDC.
Most recent cases reported in Europe and North America are amongst men who have sex with men.
“Some cases were reported among men who have sex with men. Some cases were also reported in people who live in the same household as an infected person,” the CDC reported.
The U.S. has 31 confirmed cases of monkeypox, according to the CDC. The agency reported several states with confirmed cases including California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington.
While masks would do virtually nothing to protect individuals from this disease, it’s only a matter of time before liberal women and the men they brainwash start masking up yet again.
Author: Sebastian Hayworth