In issue after issue of the Trends Journal, we have provided hard facts and professional analysis of the dangers of wearing a face mask and noted the lack of scientific data showing that wearing a mask significantly slows down the spread of the coronavirus.

Yet, Presstitutes continue selling SADOMASKISM to the fear-ravaged public.

The New York Times is the leader of the pack with this headline editorial comment published last Friday:

Seriously, Just Wear Your Mask: This is not complicated, folks.”

The author, a member of the NYT editorial board, is wrong. It is complicated.

While many doctors and health organizations recommend wearing masks because there is evidence they “might” impede the spread of the virus, there are many bona fide medical experts who can find no reputable study proving the case.

One example comes from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, a highly reputable source. Publishing recent findings on the website of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, they wrote,

“Limited, indirect evidence from lab studies suggests that homemade fabric masks may capture large respiratory droplets, but there is no evidence they impede the transmission of aerosols implicated in the spread of COVID-19.”

And, as we have reported in the Trends Journal, the significant physical and psychological health risks of prolonged mask wearing are either never mentioned in articles proclaiming their use or the information is buried deep within the story.

But the drumbeat of mandatory mask wearing keeps getting louder:

  • In New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy postponed the reopening of indoor dining because too many people were not wearing masks.
  • Governors in Oregon and Kansas announced on 29 June that people must wear masks. Oregon Governor Kate Brown said her order will include outdoor public spaces as well as indoors. Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announced an Executive Order requiring masks be worn in all stores, restaurants, and anywhere six feet of social distancing can’t be maintained.
  • In Texas, Governor Gregg Abbott issued a statewide order on 2 July that everyone must wear masks in public in those counties reporting 20 or more COVID-19 cases. (Previously, Governor Abbott had not given in to calls for mandatory mask wearing and even banned local governments from issuing any order regarding masks.)
  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo commended Texas Governor Greg Abbott for slowing down the reopening of the Texas economy, and he called on President Trump to order that all Americans wear masks. Just days before, on 29 June, Governor Cuomo stated the federal government “is in denial” about COVID-19: “How [is it] we’re at this point as a nation and we still haven’t done the simple, easy, minimal step of saying, you must wear a mask when you’re in public?”

TRENDPOST: According to those who are selling the “must wear a mask to survive” hysteria, as we have pointed out, they tell us if you have the virus and you wear a mask, it won’t spread to mommy, daddy, grandma, and grandpa. And, they keep repeating that if someone has the virus and you’re wearing a mask, you won’t catch it.

Yet, as plainly evidenced, from hiking trails to bike paths, from empty streets to windows up in a car, a petrified public is all masked up.

The nation is wracked in fear. Facts and data don’t matter. Unwilling and/or unable to Think for Themselves, Presstitutes are their seers and politicians are their leaders.

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