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Monday, April 18, 2022

Federal Judge Cancels Masks for Airlines and Public Transport

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Alex Berenson reports: On Monday, April 18, 2022, a federal judge in Florida voided the national mask mandate covering airplanes and other public transportation, saying it exceeded the authority of U.S. health officials. 

The requirement to wear masks on planes has always been the most embarrassing and ridiculous mandate of all, given the excellent filtration on aircraft and the fact that only a handful of Covid cases have EVER been traced to flights. Now it’s gone.

Mandates are dropping faster than Uncle Joe’s approval rating (no coincidence). 

And masks are not the only leftover COVID mandate to become a political liability: Even California, the bluest state, has now essentially given up on forcing kids to take Covid vaccines. On Thursday it was announced that they would "delay" the requirement until at least the 2023-24 school year.

Michael Matt's Comment: Obviously, our wardens are experiencing some difficulty keeping us in line. But just because the COVID narrative is in autodestruct mode doesn’t mean they won’t try again. Entirely too much treasure and globalist cooperation has gone into this con job for them to give up on it now. Still, as each of the principal parts of the agenda to lock down the world becomes too politically untenable to maintain, it will be that much more difficult for the wardens to reinstate them in the Fall. And without them – the masks and the mandatory shots (i.e., the basis of Digital ID) – it may not be possible for these globalist terrorists to relaunch their fear campaign.  

So yes, we see something and we’re saying something to The Science: Enough already!  We give you 15 days to shut the hell up and leave us alone!

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