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How Soon We Forget.


As a society and a culture, we have failed to remember or recall our history. We are attuned and focused on the next breaking news alert or microwave timed instance. We are unable to remember events critical to our understanding of what is currently going on. Case in point…


Our government openly warned against universal masking during wildfires

If the experts and science were correct with their assessment at that time, what experts and science changed?


During the past year the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Dr. Fauci, and the World Health Organization (WHO) began telling us that there was no need for us, mere commoners to be wearing masks. Then, shortly thereafter these same organizations and people began to embarrass and humiliate those who were not wearing masks.


Local signage tells us that if we love, (fill in your local town) we will wear a mask to stop the spread of the virus. Now, if I’m not wearing a mask and others around me are wearing their masks it would follow that those who are wearing masks are at risk. Why do you ask? Because their masks are incapable of stopping a respiratory virus that is microscopic.


As doctors from the Department of Infectious Diseases and Microbiology at Children's Hospital at Westmead in Sydney, Australia, concluded in arguing against even health care workers wearing surgical masks when treating low‐risk patients, "There is no good evidence that facemasks protect the public against infection with respiratory viruses, including COVID‐19."

We continue to be bombarded with dubious declarations of health emergencies and political pontifications, regarding the pandemic. We as citizens of the United States deserve answers. We do not need continuing about faces and u-turns by our elected officials and their public health minions. If “my body, my choice,” is good enough for the abortion crowd, it appears it can also be applied to the current pandemic.


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