Quacks! Recent underreported CDC study is the most informative of all



Please note: We are not recommending anyone not wear masks as required.

To be or not to be, to mask or not to mask, that is the question. To properly ask that question we have repeatedly gone to the CDC’s Dr. Quackery for the answer. While it has left us confused, we will continue to do what we’ve been doing, staying away from sick people, social distancing, and using the mask when required to buy groceries or get into a restaurant.

CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield told us not to bother with masks since they don’t work, then he discovered they are critical, but now it looks like they are making things worse.

We look forward to the next blurt from the hogwash at the CDC to cover their imperious butts.

Randomized studies, even out of WHO in 2019, couldn’t prove they work.


An underreported, way-underreported study, recently-published by the CDC, their study provides more evidence that cloth masks or other forms of mandated face coverings  contribute to our COVID-19 problem.

It also shows Americans are wearing masks, but instead of helping, it might be making the problem worse.

The CDC study, which surveyed symptomatic COVID-19 patients, has found that 70.6% of respondents reported “always” wearing a mask, while an additional 14.4% say they “often” wear a mask. That means a whopping 85% of infected COVID-19 patients reported habitual mask wearing. Only 3.9% of those infected said they “never” wear a face covering.

Masks simply aren’t working to “slow the spread” or “stop the spread.” The study also dismisses “public health experts’” claims from individuals such as Dr. Anthony Fauci are not following the guidance being disseminated by the CDC and other disease control agencies.

People are wearing masks but it’s not helping, and it might be making things worse:

But…but…it’s better than a vaccine, man, ya know:

No, masks don’t work, it’s your personal choice:


The much-maligned Sweden did great and they don’t give a hoot what you think:

Too much hysteria. Open up!

N.B. Newsguard informs us: …the study did not conclude that masks are ineffective or increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. While your article accurately described figures about mask-wearing from the study, it failed to note that the study population was made up of mostly mask wearers (303 of the 314 participants), so when comparing the proportion of people who tested positive for COVID-19, mask-wearers would always be the majority, as explained here: https://healthfeedback.org/claimreview/mask-use-does-not-lead-to-a-higher-risk-of-covid-19-as-viral-social-media-posts-claim/

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