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YouTube’s shocking announcement, people can now say facemasks don’t work


In a shocking announcement, it seems that YouTube will no longer ban any videos that state facemasks are all but useless when it comes to stopping the spread of COVID:

Of course, research has been showing how ineffective facemasks were since 2020, but YouTube would not allow anyone to disagree with the government’s propaganda.

YouTube banned Rand Paul in 2021 for citing two peer-viewed studies that showed facemasks were useless.

Meanwhile, study after study was saying facemasks are ineffective:

READ FROM 2020Two top Oxford academics accuse Facebook of censorship for branding their article on whether masks work ‘false information’

READ: The astonishing data that may prove masks DON’T work as Covid cases in Singapore and New Zealand OVERTAKE Australia despite SUPER strict mandates: ‘They don’t matter’

READSo, what was the point? Cloth masks allow 90% of particles to filter through giving them little ability to prevent  COVID transmission, study finds

READBlue face masks are only 10% effective in preventing COVID infection, new study finds

But it makes you wonder

But it makes you wonder how many people, who were particularly vulnerable to the virus, believed the government propaganda and put themselves in dangerous situations believing the masks actually worked.

Some are still finding facemasks quite useful

Apparently, the criminal element is still finding facemasks quite useful. READ: Beverly Hills department store bans masks because of rising crime: ‘It’s what we have to do to keep the safety of our employees and our assets’

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