Schumé Navarro called in about kids having to wear masks in school. The new religion of Fauci and how the science does not support wearing a mask.
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Arapahoe County Commissioners will hold a study session about the mask order on Monday, Aug. 30, 2021, from 1-2 pm and Tuesday, August 31, from 9:30 am -11:00 am. Study sessions are information-gathering meetings for the Board of County Commissioners and are open to the public. Survey here. Website here.
More information on masks can be found in the August 26 interview with Dr. Kelly Victory and Steve House. Highlights are below:
Dr. Kelly, “And we’ve known this from reams of data. John, many many studies. The CDC’s own website has a meta-analysis of ten of the very best studies on masks and the spread of respiratory viruses. And that meta-analysis clearly comes to the conclusion that masks do not stop; They have no significant impact on the spread of respiratory viruses, and frankly, they’re quite harmful when worn for prolonged periods of time. Duke University went on to do a study in August of last year, so a year ago now showing that the cloth mask actually makes things worse, the cloth mask that so many people are wearing, because when you cough or sneeze or exhale forcefully, it actually causes respiratory droplets to break into multiple, smaller droplets and actually can spread the virus further. So the idea that we’ve continued to do that and promote the idea of mask-wearing, particularly with children, it’s absolutely unconscionable.
We’ve got an entire group of children who have gone for 18 months without being able to see facial expressions, learn how to interpret nonverbal cues, and Brown University just did a study. They leveraged an ongoing longitudinal study looking at children’s neurodevelopment and came to the overwhelming conclusion that kids born for during this pandemic, meaning from January of last year to the present, they compared them to kids born prior to the pandemic, and all of these kids perform significantly worse on verbal, motor, and overall cognitive skills. It’s terrifying.“
John, “And I interviewed somebody [An interview with veteran educator and language pathologist Holly De Leon] along those same lines last week. … she’s an expert in that area and verified everything you just said. So you’re not the only one that I’ve heard that from.”