Something rather amusing is happening at the CDC right now.
Studies on the effectiveness of masks have been around forever.
We know that non-medical masks are not very effective at all, accounting for just a small percentage of prevention.
Dr. Fauci had even touched upon these before the pandemic ever blew up.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) discussed these studies in a YouTube video and got suspended.
Well, now he wants YouTube to apologize because he has been right all along.
The CDC recently revised its mask guidelines to what they should have been from the get go.
The fact is and always has been that the cute little cloth masks are barely worth the effort of putting them on your face because there is no real filter.
Point being, they might decrease your chances by about three percent, or somewhere in the ballpark.
The CDC has finally admitted that is the case, recommending N95 masks as the best.
That is precisely what Senator Paul said quite some time ago, but his YouTube account was suspended for misinformation because he dared to challenge Dr. Fauci on this front.
After the guidelines were revised, Paul stated, “Does this mean snot-nosed censors at YouTube will come to my office and kiss my … and admit I was right?”
Does this mean snot-nosed censors at YouTube will come to my office and kiss my … and admit I was right?https://t.co/0BZ2HZHiZW
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) January 15, 2022
Keep in mind, Paul is also a physician, so he is not just spitting out random nonsense as Dr. Fauci would like you to believe.
In fact, as far as I know, just about every challenge Paul has made has eventually proven to be true.
If anyone should be suspended, it should be Dr. Fauci.
Are you surprised that Paul was right and Fauci was wrong, again?
Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
Source: Fox News