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« on: October 15, 2020, 11:03:27 AM »

AS those pesky facts - like the masks and lockdowns doing nothing - become more apparent, look for more and more "scientists" to start trying to save face.

Last week the WHO completely reversed it's recommendations for the past 8 months, now saying that lockdowns are horrifically damaging to the economy, particularly the poor, and have little actual impact on stopping the disease.

Seems like I might have heard that on this site a time or two....

Now this week, the CDC is (quietly) admitting that even people who are religious about wearing their masks are getting sick at the same rate as non-mask wearers:

"On Tuesday Tucker Carlson opened his show by questioning the CDC rules and data on mask wearing and the COVID-19.

Earlier this week the CDC confirmed that mask wearing was ineffective and over 50% of US coronavirus cases were patients who were habitual mask wearers."

That's right, the CDC - who told us in the spring that masks did nothing - has been telling us for months that a mask is "better than a vaccine" now says:

"the CDC does not currently recommend the use of facemasks to help prevent novel #coronavirus. #2019nCoV is not spreading in communities in the US. Take everyday preventive actions to help slow the spread of respiratory illness."

Gee, I think I might have heard that here too.



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