Mask Mandates Linked to Increased COVID Death Rates


Technocracy News & Trends published one of the very first warnings about the dangers of face masks on May 11, 2020. The author, Dr. Russell Blaylock, was ridiculed by the pseudo-scientific community and media. To see parental testimonies over damage done to children by forcing them to wear masks, see

Now that real science has validated the damage done by stupid mask mandates, these findings should be distributed to every single business, restaurant, doctor’s office, etc., that required masks for entry, telling them if they ever do such a stupid thing again that they will be charged with a minimum of assault and reckless endangerment. ⁃ TN Editor

> Data from Kansas show counties with mask mandates had a higher death rate than counties without a mask mandate; two other large studies found similar results, one that gathered data in Europe only and the other from 69 countries

> According to a study in early 2021, face masks increase your daily inhalation of microplastics; another study released in April 2022 found microplastics similar to that used in face masks in lung tissue sampled during surgery. Some were found in the deepest parts of the lung

> Data show that masks can collect antibiotic-resistant pathogens and trigger a cluster of symptoms called Mask-Induced Exhaustion Syndrome (MIES) that negatively impacts your immune system, and causes carbon dioxide retention, skin irritation, headaches, difficulty breathing and decreased cardiopulmonary capacity

> It is crucial that accurate data are gathered and communicated to provide a strong foundation for developing local public policy before the next plandemic creates a scenario in which government officials attempt to mandate masking and lockdowns

Fiona Lashells is an 8-year-old second grader who lives in Florida. She made the local1 and national news2 when she was suspended an outrageous 38 times for standing up for her right to do something that isn’t supported by data or science in a school system — wearing a mask.

The New York Post described Lashells as a “recalcitrant student,”3 who apparently knew and exercised her rights better than most. July 30, 2021, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis4 issued an executive order ruling that school districts could not require students to wear masks. However, in defiance of authority, the Palm Beach County School District where Lashells lives reinstated their mask mandate.5

After DeSantis’s executive order was issued, Lashell’s mom told her she didn’t have to wear the mask for the upcoming school year. Lashell had been complaining about fatigue from wearing the mask during the last school year. At first, she was made to eat lunch alone in the hallway outside the office of an administrator. Soon, in-school suspensions began and were quickly followed by out-of-school suspensions.

After 38 suspensions, the school district repealed its mask mandate November 8, 2021. Out of the mouth of an 8-year-old came these words, “I’m not wearing a mask because you touch it, and you have germs on your hand. And then you put it on your face and breathe in all the germs.”6

Mandating masks for school children have been an unprecedented public move that has not been scientifically validated. Instead, CDC data7,8 show school children have the least risk from the virus and national data9 gathered before the pandemic show children who experience relational and social risks have a four times higher likelihood of having mental, emotional or behavioral problems.

In other words, the government mandated masks on a population who had the least risk of illness and the greatest long-term risk from wearing the mask. Several journals have finally begun publishing data gathered during the pandemic revealing that while prevention efficacy is minimal or not evident,10 wearing masks increases your risk of death if you do get sick.11

Death Rate Rises in Counties With Mask Mandate

German physician Dr. Zacharias Fögen12 found no published evidence that masking could effectively reduce the severity of the disease or had an influence on case fatality.

Fögen used demographic data from the state of Kansas to run an analysis on a county-wide level comparing counties that mandated mask-wearing and those that didn’t. The data suggested that using a mask could present a greater threat to the user, making it a “debatable epidemiological intervention.”13

The death rate in counties where masks were mandated was higher by 85%. After an analysis that accounted for confounding factors, the mortality rate remained 52% higher in counties that mandated masking.


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