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Sunday, December 3, 2023

Mask Mandates Back in Style at White House

'In the absence of strong empirical evidence of effectiveness, mask wearing should not be mandated let alone enforced by law... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Despite the formal end to the state of emergency declared to address COVID, President Joe Biden has reintroduced masks and social distancing mandates to his White House.

As dozens of NCAA championship teams descended on the White House for “College Athlete Day,” the Biden administration released a statement that includes new COVID protocols for the unwashed who visit the White House.

“Masking Guidance: Fully vaccinated guests are not required to wear a mask on the White House grounds,” the email stated, adding social distancing policies as well for the unjabbed, Fox News reported.

“Guests who are not fully vaccinated must wear a mask at all times and maintain at least 6 feet distance from others while on the White House grounds,” Biden’s White House demanded.

When asked about the new mandates, the White House claimed that they had accidentally included old information in the welcome packets, and that they would be sending out new information to visiting athletes.

Further, the Biden administration is continuing to discriminate against the unvaxxed, despite the numerous health complications linked to the jab.

The White House mandate comes long after the effectiveness of masking has been debunked.

For example, in a study published earlier this year, scientists conducted a systematic review of more than 2,000 studies on the adverse effects of masking, finding “significant effects in both medical surgical and N95 masks.”

It turns out that the covering the breathing orifices of humans for long periods of time carries health consequences, among them “decreased oxygen saturation and increases in heart rate, blood pressure, blood-CO2 levels, and skin temperature, as well as dizziness, speech impediments, headaches, and dyspnea.”

In other words, the government mandated the use of things actively harming public health, just as the Food and Drug Administration has done for decades.

“Face mask side-effects must be assessed (risk-benefit) against the available evidence of their effectiveness against viral transmissions,” the authors concluded. “In the absence of strong empirical evidence of effectiveness, mask wearing should not be mandated let alone enforced by law.”

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