I said this in a post from just a little over a year ago:

Now let’s talk about the Coronavirus. It’s a big virus at 120 nanometers in diameter. N95 masks are NIOSH rated to stop 95% of particles 0.3 Microns or 300 nanometers in diameter. So if there is virus just floating around in the air, even an N95 won’t do anything for you.

So who are masks good for?

Assuming that they are properly fitted, medical staff and people who are in close proximity to Coronavirus patients. Those people who are sneezing and coughing and expectorating an aerosolized mist of saliva and mucus filled with virus. Then masks will help block a health care worker from inhaling that virus mist.

The person I saw driving in their car with the windows up, wearing a mask wasn’t protecting himself from anything.

So what about all the Asian people wearing examination masks, the kind your dental hygenist wears?

They are not healthy people trying to stop themselves from getting sick, they are sick people who as a courtesy are wearing the mask so they do not spray their virus mist onto other people.

This is why your dental hygenist wears a mask. Not to stop from catching something from you, but to stop her from coughing directly into your open mouth while you lie there getting your teeth cleaned.

This is one of the FOIA dumped Fauci emails:



Every fuck word of what I said in my post was spot-on accurate to what Fauci was admitting in private.

He lied to the American people.  I don’t know if it was a “noble lie for the greater good” or if he is just a partisan hack that did everything possible to undermine Trump when this nation was at its most vulnerable.  Or both.

Regardless, I was right.

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5 thoughts on “I was right a year ago and the Fauci emails prove it”
  1. I still see morons up here with masks on.. mostly in libtard areas. Amazing how EASY it is to FUBAR this Country aint it?

  2. Yep, I’ve been making the same points since masking became a thing. That e-mail was the only time Fauci told the truth in the last year and a half.

    1. NRW,

      They ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH — In Private. In the Club. To their Fellow Travelers

      They publicly gleefully lie to all the schmucks and rubes like us.

      The scary part is how many of us believe so many of the blatant bald faced lies.

  3. Reminder, the belief was that an asymptomatic person could spread the disease for up to seven days prior to showing symptoms.

    At least that was the story at the time.

    Looks like that was fiction as well. Or should we call it Fauction?

  4. Wiki Sylvia Burwell.

    Odd that she even had to ask the question on mask effectiveness.

    A regular Jamie Gorelick.

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