Amen. Awoman and aweirdo.
It should be clear that most of these protocols, ie, masks, lockdowns, etc., have been developed and recommended by those who want to minimize risks, ie, infections, hospitalizations, deaths to the exclusion of all other objectives including costs.
Our politicians and much of the public have gone along with these recommendations without questioning whether these ‘recommendations’ are justified.
I have said it before. A virus particle is 1/4 the size of a smoke particle. Can you smell smoke through a mask? (Of course you can). Wearing a mask to stop a virus is like putting up a chain link fence in your backyard to keep out mosquitos. (maybe 3 chain link fences would work better?) Our problem with politics and masks is mostly rooted in ignorance. A dumbed down population will believe whatever they are told. (Thank you education system, you’ve trained dummies.)
Screw masks they’re stupid
I live here in far left Wako California and I just carry one around my bag and throw it on incorrectly when I go in a store just so I don’t attract attention
But this article is completely correct I see people all the time by themselves riding the bicycle walking the dog in the middle of the woods wearing a freaking mask and I just shake my head
The psychology of I’m approaching you on the trail and you hurried Lee put up your mask and press it to your face because you’re so afraid of me spreading my germs to you is absolutely bizarre and just shows the level of fear that has been driven into people by the media that they are voluntarily expose themselves to
Hysterical articles from both sides of the trivial issue are funny. What’s causing the emotional outbursts? Drugs?
What puzzles me is, if they agree that children have little to fear with this “virus,” why doesn’t anyone attempt to find out why? No one seems to be interested at all in answering this question.
So where are all the cries of “I CAIN’T BREEVE!”?