YOUR MASK DOESN'T WORK AS WELL AS YOU THINK:​

  • 80% (Link) to 95% (Links) Of People Are Asymptomatic.
  • The CDC says a Cloth Mask Does LITTLE to Protect the Wearer.
  • Biden Advisor Says Cloth Masks Are Ineffective.
  •  France Outlaw’s Cloth Masks &
  • Germany mandates Medical, None-Cloth Masks.
  • CNN says “cloths masks are just facial decorations”
  • SNL back peddles and admits in a skit that masks were dumb
masks dont work

* Exposed eyes can inhale COVID

 

TO BE CLEAR: Wearing an appropriate mask, when knowingly sick, should be a normal social requirement.

Source for Chart: CDC and FDA

COVID-19 SURVIVAL RATES

  • 94% of people are dying with COVID19, NOT because of it. 
  • They are dying with COVID19 AND an average of 2.6 additional health conditions or causes of death.  
  • 80% are Obese.
  • Death rates:
    • Ages 0-19:    99.997%
    • Ages 20-49: 99.98%
    • Ages 50-69: 99.5%
    • Ages 70+:     94.6%

40+ Peer-Reviewed Medical Studies AGAINST Masks

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