There has been so much disinformation on masks that I decided to reprint the part of an article I wrote on March 8th that discusses masks. Anthony Fauci, who calls himself "America's Doctor" first told us that masks weren't necessary, and that they could even be dangerous. Later he reversed himself and said that everyone should wear masks, even in their own homes. Democrat dictators have arrested citizens for not wearing them, even in the outdoors when they were not close to anyone. Yet those same mayors and governors have given press conferences with no masks, and with their staff hoving a few feet from them.
As I said, this was researched and published last March. I plan to do an update soon, but the facts below remain the truth. According o one infectious disease expert, trying to stop a virus with paper masks is like trying to stop mosquitos with a chain link fence. And, as was true in March, there has been no proper scientific study done in the U.S. that proves masks are beneficial. Masks Can Protect Others – They Don’t Protect You
Surgical paper masks are loose-fitting, have only one strap and don't form a tight seal to the wearer's face. They are designed to stop liquid droplets and aerosols coming out
of the wearer's mouth. They do not filter the air coming in either through the mask itself, or around the sides of the mask.. Benefits of Masks
Dangers of Masks
- They can protect others from you if you are ill m(in which case you shouldn't be out in public).
- They offer only limited protection if you must care for an infected person.
- They make you feel better, because you are doing something.
The Main Reason Masks Don’t Work: Size Matters
- They can cause panic.
- Touching the mask is just like touching your face.
- They can give a false sense of security.
- They should only be used once, but people use them many times.
- They hold humidity, in which viruses thrive.
- They make it harder to breathe in oxygen.
- Some nations (including the U.S. in the early days) advise citizens to NOT use masks.
- They’re designed to filter relatively large (though invisible) particles, including most bacteria.
- Viruses are much smaller than bacteria, so they pass through.
- In this illustration, the blue tube is a bacterium; the tiny purple circle is a virus:
One infectious disease scientist, when asked to compare the sizes of viruses to bacteria, said, “Think Sydney and Australia.”