Letter to the Oregon Health Authority, by Margaret Anna Alice

Chapter and verse on why the masks are not just ineffective, but pose a safety risk. From Margaret Anna Alice at margaretannaalice.substack.com:

On the Proposed Adoption of a Rule Requiring Masks to Be Worn in Indoor Spaces in Oregon (OAR 333-019-1025)

“Men, it has been well said, think in herds; it will be seen that they go mad in herds, while they only recover their senses slowly, one by one.”

—Charles Mackay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions & the Madness of Crowds (paperback, Kindle, audiobook)

I am writing regarding the proposed permanent rule requiring indoor masks:

  • Adoption of a rule requiring masks to be worn in indoor spaces in Oregon (OAR 333-019-1025)

At a time when the rest of the world’s nations are slowly recovering their senses, one by one, Oregon appears to be attempting to prove Einstein’s apocryphal quote about insanity:

“The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.”1

In this letter, I will prove that masks:

  • do not prevent the spread of COVID
  • may cause physical health problems
  • may inflict psychological harm
  • pose a special threat to children and teens

I could share a bunch of peer-reviewed studies demonstrating that masks are not only ineffective at preventing the transmission of SARS-CoV-2 but also pose threats to both physical and mental health (and don’t worry, I will), but before we go there, how about we take a look at this sobering graph:

That is the 2020 vs. 2021 all-cause excess mortality for Oregon. The green line represents 2020 excess deaths, and the blue line is 2021 excess deaths. Notice anything?

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One response to “Letter to the Oregon Health Authority, by Margaret Anna Alice

  1. Another definition of insanity is believing in fantasy and losing touch with reality.


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