The CDC Says Follow The Science And Take Off Your Mask
I’ve been waiting for the moment when the people who claim that the CDC’s guidance is definitive, and thought we should all follow the science, finally facing reality. The CDC states that Americans who are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus may stop wearing masks or maintaining social distance in most indoor and outdoor settings, regardless of size.
Those who say they will still wear a mask anyway — are they following the science?
Cognitive dissonance is running amok right about now.
I feel this pronouncement today will reveal many of the “follow the science” fanatics are just as “science” skeptical as many others.
Do masks work or not? Does the vaccine work or not? Do lockdowns work?
Oh, how quickly people turned on the CDC. New York Times writer David Leonhardt wrote:
When the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released new guidelines last month for mask wearing, it announced that “less than 10 percent” of Covid-19 transmission was occurring outdoors. Media organizations repeated the statistic, and it quickly became a standard description of the frequency of outdoor transmission.
But the number is almost certainly misleading.
The USA Today wrote:
Even Trevor Noah sees how silly everything is:
It’s time to move on.
Get a vaccine if you want to protect yourself. Wear a mask too, if you want to protect yourself. I see nothing wrong with any of that. However, it’s time to end all social pressure to comply with government mandates and cease the relentless pressure to vaccinate the entire world when everyone doesn’t need nor want these vaccines.
When we see madness like this, things have gone horribly wrong:
He’s an alumnus of Howard University and is the drummer for the Broadway musical Ain’t Too Proud — The Life and Times Of The Temptations.
Other musicals include: “Tick, tick…BOOM!, Altar Boyz, Memphis The Musical, and Lady Day At Emerson’s Bar and Grill. Also, Clayton has worked on: Footloose, Motown, The Color Purple, Rent, Little Shop of Horrors, Spongebob Squarepants, The Musical, Evita, Cats, and Avenue Q.