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Faucism Dealt Another Blow: Freedom Of Information Request Unmasks CDC’s Guidelines

by Paul Goldberg
Faucism Dealt Another Blow: Freedom Of Information Request Unmasks CDC’s Guidelines

A Freedom of Information request has blown the lid off Faucism and CDC guidelines.

A Miss Kara Bell asked two two question when she made a FOIA request:

  1. Why is the HHS linked to the CDC? And when did this happen?
  2. Does the CDC have a randomized controlled trial proving the effectiveness of the use of cloth masks?

The CDC responded:

CDC is not aware of any randomized control trials that show that masks or double masks or cloth face covering are effective against COVID-19. There is experimental data as desribed below showing masks block particles.

The CDC then listed links to their website and others explaining the “experimental data.”

In response to her first question the CDC wrote, “the agency has not received additional information requested from you in our letter dated March 2, 2021.

Other states (including blue states are starting to move on), New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently announced that in mid-May he is removing most coronavirus restrictions. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis just eliminated all state mandated restrictions but is allowing counties to impose their if they are experience more than 100 COVID cases per 100,000 people. Ignoring his own Governor, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio announced he is fully reopening the city on July 1st.

Local Democrat officials are starting to ignore the CDC and finally are starting leave the virtue signaling behind and begin doing what works. The predicted devastation that was supposed to happen in Texas in Florida never occurred and its putting the squeeze on local Democrat leaders and it’s also putting the squeeze on the Biden administration to get off their butt.

Oh and then there was this….

Written by Staff Writer

May 4, 2021

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