Drafts

It is remarkable how the axis of Democrat Party – Fake News – Big Tech attempt to slow down approval and roll out of a vaccine against COVID-19, especially in light of their love of vaccination. Combined with their opposition to all other effective treatment and preventative measures, it seems they want the pandemic to rage in order to keep the lockdowns and other life disruptions until January 21, 2021, and beyond.

Masking is for Antifa

Mandatory masking is good only for Antifa. It allows Antifa thugs to blend in the population.

Masks might aggravate COVID-19 symptoms

COVID-19 causes extraordinarily low blood oxygen level (hypoxia). This condition is frequently not noticed by COVID-19 patients unaware of their illness (1, 2). Wearing a mask decreases blood oxygen level, too. Thus, wearing a mask by a vulnerable person in an early phase of COVID-19 aggravates COVID-19 hypoxia and might cause death.

Masks Re-Inoculation Hypothesis

SARS-CoV-2 infection starts in the upper respiratory tract, and takes a few days to move into the lungs, if at all. Meanwhile, the immune response starts immediately. When a person who has just been infected with SARS-CoV-2 wears a mask, significant viral load builds up on the inside of the mask and some of it is re-inhaled, depositing the virus deep in the lungs.  This can cause an immediate infection of the lungs, before the immune system has time to respond. This is might be similar to what is believed happened in the LA choir practice, when many choir members had severe cases, and two of them died. This might be happening to the people in the masked counties all over the US. (added on Oct 12)

Masks Spread COVID-19 ; also, see a Twitter’s thread on futility or harm of masking

Flu Hypothesis

Everyone is talking about flu shots – but there might be no seasonal flu this winter because of social distancing and hygienic measures against COVID-19 worldwide

Helpful Literature

Chadwick Prodromos, Tobias Rumschlag, Hydroxychloroquine is effective, and consistently so used early, for Covid-19: A systematic review,
New Microbes and New Infections, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nmni.2020.100776

First published on Sep 30. Updated frequently.

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