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The Mask Science Is Clear: If You Are Doubting The Science Behind Wearing A Mask Watch This Video

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12 Replies to “The Mask Science Is Clear: If You Are Doubting The Science Behind Wearing A Mask Watch This Video

  1. The link you provide for your discord server is not valid. I am guessing it expired. You can set it to not expire. I would really like to join your server. I have been a subscriber of your YouTube channel for some time now.
    God bless you for all you do to get the news out to all of us.

  2. I could only watch 20 minutes.Getting a bit of mask fatigue TBH. If you think it helps recruit others keep at if, but for those of us who get it we need to move on.

    Obviously , efficacy is a big question, no doubt. I personally think it helps a little, but the effect is too small so significance cant be detected in these studies. The effect is too small to justify mandates.

    More important is the safety issues related to prolonged mask wearing, especially those with underlying health issues or very young children. There are not many studies that I can see. We know some states have medical exemptions which is an admission mask wearing could have harmful effects.

    Anyways, this whole debate is about creating more divisions. Maskers vs anti-maskers. If you choose to be unmasked, tell them you have a health condition (you need oxygen). You don’t have to say what (HIPPA). If denied service threaten a suit for discriminating against those with health disabilities

    Need to move on man. Getting lost in the forest focusing on this tree.

    You need to focus on motivation. There is a conspiracy. What is the purpose , who is behind it, and how do they manage to execute their operation?.

    Frankly, people are so dumbed down its all pointless. I think I am done. Maybe the elites , heartless as they are, have it right, i hate even thinking that but the stupidly I see in comments and social media lead me to conclude 95% of people Are beyond saving,

    1. Not lost on this at all, it is actually far more relevant and important than you realize, but I agree with your general point, which is why I said exactly that in this very show. So trust me I get it. Honestly it just sounds more so like you are feeling fatigue in general, and that we can all agree on.

    2. Lot of stupidity among people and it has been getting a lot worse the last 20 years. I blame the massive amount of brainwashing in the school system and mainstream media. Also the higher you get up in the bureaucracy the more stupid people become. But it is not 95%, more like 80… Also it seems to me the new generation for 12 to 15 is more awake and smart then the idiot millennial generation (but it remains to bee seen if they can withstand the massive brainwashing that is going on in media and school).

    3. I, too, have realized that the vast majority are “unreachable”. They’re minds are closed like a steel trap.

  3. Great presentation again. I don’t support masks, but some people have rejected the CDC findings in support of a slightly newer paper: which concludes:

    A total of 21 studies met our inclusion criteria. Meta-analyses suggest that mask use provided a significant protective effect (OR = 0.35 and 95% CI = 0.24–0.51). Use of masks by healthcare workers (HCWs) and non-healthcare workers (Non-HCWs) can reduce the risk of respiratory virus infection by 80% (OR = 0.20, 95% CI = 0.11–0.37) and 47% (OR = 0.53, 95% CI = 0.36–0.79). The protective effect of wearing masks in Asia (OR = 0.31) appeared to be higher than that of Western countries (OR = 0.45). Masks had a protective effect against influenza viruses (OR = 0.55), SARS (OR = 0.26), and SARS-CoV-2 (OR = 0.04). In the subgroups based on different study designs, protective effects of wearing mask were significant in cluster randomized trials and observational studies.

    If you could talk about this one in your next video, that would be great. I’d like to get your take on this. Thanks.

    1. Will do, on the very next show. I already went over this today, and it is exactly what I keep pointing out. This is simply not what they make it out to be, even the studies they point to, are not saying that they say they are. I will cover it in the next show.

  4. Your shows are way too long.
    Why not break them up into smaller concise segments – say 30 minutes long?

  5. Ryan, please look up “carbogen and psychotherapy”. Carbogen is a mixture of 95% oxygen and 5% carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide content is enough to make a person’s brain believe they are suffocating even though the 95% oxygen is more than enough to ensure they don’t suffocate. Apparently psychotherapy was really hardcore in the 50s and 60s and shrinks would use this in conjunction with LSD and IV stimulants to make people think they were dying to work through tough problems in their lives… But I digress, my real point is just that 5% carbon dioxide make people think they are literally suffocating.

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