Sunday, August 27, 2023

Florida's Surgeon General Urges Americans to Refuse to Follow New Mask Mandates

by David Greyson

Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo is urging people to refuse to follow
any new mask mandates as schools slowly try to reinstate Covid policies.

On Thursday Ladapo suggested that people should refuse to participate.

"What do you call re-imposing mask policies that have been proven
ineffective or restarting lockdowns that are known to cause harm?" Joseph
Ladapo said in a tweet. "You don't call it sanity."

"These terrible policies only work with your cooperation. How about
refusing to participate..." he added.
This is not the first time that Dr. Ladapo has given common sense advice.

In March he gave a speech warning against the dangers of taking the mRNA
Covid-19 vaccine.

On March 16th, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis conducted a press conference
to mark three years since the U.S. promoted a "Slow the Spread" approach
to COVID-19.

At the Winter Haven event, which took place at The Fire Restaurant on West
Central Avenue, DeSantis was joined by Florida's surgeon general, Joseph

In his speech, Dr. Ladapo stated that mRNA COVID-19 vaccines have a
"terrible safety profile" and questioned if anybody should be taking them.

"People believe that what is happening isn't actually happening. These
vaccines have a terrible safety profile... I'm not sure anyone should be
taking them, that is the honest truth. I don't think anyone probably
should be taking them. They have a terrible safety profile," Ladapo said.

A recent study of the effects of wearing face masks increased the risk of
cognitive deterioration and even stillbirths. German researchers had found
that increased levels of Carbon Dioxide in pregnant women could be linked
to an increased risk of birth defects.

The intense propaganda to coerce you to wear a face mask is not based on
science. It is a pure political power play designed to force you and your
children into submission.

'Explosive' new research reveals that using a face mask during pregnancy
may increase the chance of stillbirth, testicular dysfunction, and
cognitive decline in children.

When worn for extended periods of time, facial coverings may increase the
risk of mild carbon dioxide (CO2) poisoning, according to a review of 43
previously published studies on exposure to CO2, mask-wearing, and
pregnancy by German researchers.

Researchers in Germany found that elevated levels of carbon dioxide in
pregnant women were associated with an increased risk of birth defects.