Another day, another bogus report from CDC seeking to entice the public to continue wearing masks, by Jack Hellner

Masks are yet another counterproductive infringement on our civil liberties imposed by coronavirus fearmongers. From Jack Hellner at americanthinker.com:

The CDC now says it has proof that wearing face masks reduced COVID-19 cases in NYC by 66,000 from April 17 to May 9.

Face masks reduce New York coronavirus cases by over 66,000, study deems it most effective way to check spread

Health experts have been advising people to wear face masks in public to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and now numbers indicate that it works. A new study shows that wearing a face mask dramatically decreases a person’s chances of being infected by the new coronavirus. Researchers found that using a face mask alone reduced the number of Covid-19 infections by more than 66,000 in New York City from April 17 to May 9.

Via Public Domain Pictures.

There is no way they would know this, and it is as made up as the modeling numbers that CDC put out in March that showed that hundreds of millions would get the disease and millions would die.  That is the study that destroyed the economy and caused governors throughout the country to require us to wear masks, social distance, and avoid large groups for the first time in our lives.

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3 responses to “Another day, another bogus report from CDC seeking to entice the public to continue wearing masks, by Jack Hellner

  1. 66,000?? What kind of special moron comes up with such an exact number based on a negative? More importantly, it takes an extraordinary moron to believe such total bogus crap.

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    • The two things I’m proudest of since the coronavirus nonsense started: I have not watched a mainstream news program and I haven’t worn a mask (New Mexico is under a mask order). I’m a proud member of the rebellion.

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  2. #metoo.No mask, no television. Both spread disease.

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