Liberals Furious Over Stanford Study that Found Masks are Useless Against COVID
NOTE -04/29/2021: The so-called “fact checkers” at Facebook have deemed this Stanford study to be false, or something. Looks like the left-wingers can’t get their story straight. Is left-wing Stanford correct, or is left-wing Facebook so filled with scientific experts that it knows better? You decide.
Stanford University quietly published a study that found that paper masks don’t help at all to prevent transmission of the coronavirus. And leftist outlets such as Twitter are working hard to hide the study from the American people.
The study was posted on the the National Center for Biotechnology Information government website.
One key part of the study notes: “The data suggest that both medical and non-medical facemasks are ineffective of viral and infectious disease such as SARS-CoV-2 and COVID -19.”
This is the same conclusion that nearly every mask study has ever come to — at least before “science” was corrupted by COVIDiots who wish to use the virus as a weapon to control the people.
The study added:
According to the current knowledge, the virus SARS-CoV-2 has a diameter of 60 nm to 140 nm [nanometers (billionth of a meter)] , , while medical and non-medical facemasks’ thread diameter ranges from 55 µm to 440 µm [micrometers (one millionth of a meter), which is more than 1000 times larger . Due to the difference in sizes between SARS-CoV-2 diameter and facemasks thread diameter (the virus is 1000 times smaller), SARS-CoV-2 can easily pass through any facemask
In other words, the virus can just seep right through these absurd masks we are all wearing, and the masks can’t stop it.
What did Twitter do? This anti-science social media platform tried to suppress the study.
Former Trump adviser Steve Cortez tied to share the study, and Twitter suspended him for it.
Twitter has suspended @CortesSteve for citing a Stanford NIH study about masks. pic.twitter.com/2y460zkN0Z
— R.J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) April 17, 2021
So much for leftists caring about “science.”
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