THERE are certain moments in time when the truth comes out, that is, the mask slips — no pun intended! This is one of those times, albeit accidentally.
EVEN more so, Fauci’s faux pas occurred not too long after the scientific facts about mask-wearing were exposed for what they are — no less, from a peer-reviewed study via Stanford U Medical. Oh dear!
Stanford Study Results: Facemasks are Ineffective to Block Transmission of COVID-19 and Actually Can Cause Health Deterioration and Premature Death – YOU DON’T SAY??
MIND you, once said bombshell landed at LinkedIn and at FB, well, it received a widespread readership. But guess what? The social media/big tech censors shut it down!
[It appears as if the censors at LinkedIn are none too pleased by the posting of the Stanford Study. See below their (censorship) reaction. Why would this be??]
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But never mind….the truth shall set us free!
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DAILY POLITICAL NEWSWIRE | By Keely Sharp | April 24, 2021
On Wednesday, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director Anthony Fauci said on CNN’s “Newsroom” that he wearing a mask is a “symbol” of what we “should be doing” in public. In other words, wearing a mask shows just how obedient you are.
Fauci said, “I think we should be recommending it. As you know, I wear it whenever I’m outside. We can try and keep the usual distance, but sometimes it is out of your control. So there are some fundamental things that we can do, we’re very aware of and sensitive to the need to try and make those steps towards reopening.”
“[T]here are certain things that you can do and still do as you reopen,” he continued. “One is wearing a mask. The other is avoiding crowds of more than ten people, depending upon where you are and where the dynamics of the outbreak are. The other is continuing to wash your hands, which is important. And those kinds of things are simple. They’re easy to do.”
Fauci added, “I think one can do that at the same time as you gradually try to get to the point of doing the reopening. I think those are the things that everybody should seriously consider doing.”
Anchor Jim Sciutto inquired, “Do you think when folks, members of the public are being asked to do this, and they look at folks like you doing it, does that encourage its use to a positive degree?”
Fauci responded, “No, it does, Jim. I wear it for the reason that I believe it is effective. It is not 100% effective. I mean, its sort of respect for the another person and have that other person respect you. You wear a mask. They wear a mask, you protect each other. I do it when I’m in the public for the reasons that, A, I want to protect myself and protect others. Also, because I want to make it be a symbol for people to see, that’s the kind of thing you should be doing.”
He concluded, “When I walk around the street and the neighborhood where I live in Washington, D.C., which still has a considerable number of infections, it is very clear that many people are doing that.”
[Cross-referenced at AmericasCivilWarRising.org]