(vid) Tucker: Data Shows Masks Don’t Work — “Droplets quickly fall to the ground, but aerosol lingers. Small particles easily bypass facemasks”

“These people are so awful! All of us are learning this on the fly. It was a new disease. There are a lot of things we didn’t know. But to pretend that you are speaking God’s word [absolute fact], and rearrange our society on the basis of that, and never acknowledge you were completely wrong, that your assumptions were false, that’s the definition of dishonesty. That’s also the hallmark of the people who lead us. They know nothing.” – Tucker Carlson

Tucker Carlson: The cult of mask-wearing grows, with no evidence they work

Oct 14, 2020

So what is the science on masks? It comes, interestingly, from the CDC, whose director has told you that masks were magic, more effective than vaccines. But the numbers suggest otherwise.

A new study conducted by 11 medical institutions analyzed a group of people who tested positive for COVID during the month of July. Here’s the interesting part: Among those who were infected, more than 70% reported they had “always” worn a mask for the preceding 14 days. Another 14.4% said they had “often” worn a mask.

In other words, almost everyone who got the coronavirus in July was wearing a mask and they were infected anyway. So clearly, this doesn’t work the way they tell us it works. Clearly, someone’s been lying to us — many people, actually.

How did this happen? Well, the short answer is we’re not sure how so many people got the coronavirus while wearing masks, but there are clues, clues that our leaders appear to be ignoring.

Here’s one: According to a study published in April by researchers at several medical institutions, including the Cleveland Clinic, surgical masks are actually ineffective at stopping the installation of small airborne particles. Instead, the researchers found that surgical masks, which almost everyone is using to protect themselves from the coronavirus and not murder other people, are actually only useful for protecting users from, “large droplets and sprays.” That’s not how the coronavirus spreads.

According to a letter signed by several researchers earlier this month in Science magazine, the biggest threat from the coronavirus “by far” is what is contained in small particles that can easily bypass facemasks in aerosol form. Droplets quickly fall to the ground, but aerosol lingers. 

The researchers wrote that the tiny particles can remain in the air “for many seconds to hours, like smoke and be inhaled.” The particles are “highly concentrated near an infected person … But aerosols containing infectious viruses can also travel more than six feet and accumulate in poorly ventilated indoor air, leading to super spreading events.” (source)


October 13
CDC Masks Study: Most Corona Patients Still Got The Virus

CDC DATA: A new study conducted by eleven medical institutions analyzed a group of people who tested positive for Covid in July. Here’s the interesting part: among those infected, more than 70 percent reported that they had “always” worn a mask for the preceding 14 days. Another 14.4 percent said they had “often” worn a mask. In other words, almost everyone who got coronavirus in July was wearing a mask. They got it anyway.

SOURCE: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/pdfs/mm6936a5-H.pdf

 

CDC Masks Study: Most Corona Patients Still Got The Virus

CDC DATA: A new study conducted by eleven medical institutions analyzed a group of people who tested positive for Covid in July. Here’s the interesting part: among those infected, more than 70 percent reported that they had "always" worn a mask for the preceding 14 days. Another 14.4 percent said they had “often" worn a mask. In other words, almost everyone who got coronavirus in July was wearing a mask. They got it anyway.SOURCE: https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/pdfs/mm6936a5-H.pdf

Posted by Tucker Carlson Tonight on Þriðjudagur, 13. október 2020

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