Rand Paul is going full gunslinger on the YouTube censors after the CDC changed its tune on masks

Jan 18th

The good senator/doctor is feeling more and more vindicated for his hard stance against the regime's Covid narrative every dang day.

Every. Dang. Day.

I'm loving the energy, folks.

Are you tired of milquetoast politicians who lack a spine? Because I am (and there's lots of them out there). You don't need to have the Yosemite Sam strategy of shooting first and asking questions later (like Trump) to have a backbone.

I've gotta give Sen. Paul kudos for consistently thrashing the narrative as he pursued level-headed policy based on scientific inquiry, hard data, constitutional law, and moral understanding.

Sen. Paul was suspended from YouTube last year for a video where he cited two peer-reviewed studies that concluded cloth masks were ineffective. I bet the YouTube geeks wouldn't like it if we shared that video, so we'll just—

Oops.

After all, less than two months ago, The Times was touting the efficacy of masks based on what the "experts" had to say.

This ignored all the studies – like the ones Sen. Paul shared – that questioned the shadowy cabal of "experts" that now run our lives, but at the time the "official" information was not to be doubted or questioned.

Here's what the newspaper says now:

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday clarified its stance on various kinds of masks, acknowledging that the cloth masks frequently worn by Americans do not offer as much protection as surgical masks or respirators.

While this disparity is widely known to the general public, the update marks the first time the C.D.C. has explicitly addressed the differences.

Sorry, but if you know the actual data on the efficacy of face masks, the statement "do not offer as much protection" is hilarious as heck.

Here's to the death of social giants and long live Rand Paul!


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