For two years now, people across the world have been forced by their governments to muzzle their faces with cloth masks. Despite long-established evidence that cloth masks do not stop airborne viral transmission, tyrants from coast to coast in the United States have continued to force them on their citizens, including small children. Currently, many states still have mask mandates in place and 100% of all airports and airlines require them.
However, those who continue to mandate cloth masks are now openly flaunting The Science(TM) as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has even admitted they have never been effective.
The CDC's announcement came after the lead covid authoritarian on CNN, Dr. Leana Wen admitted that "Cloth masks are little more than facial decorations. There's no place for them in light of Omicron."
But because the state cannot admit that it was wrong, the federal government doubled down and took $5 billion of your tax dollars and allocated them to N95 respirators. While N95s are shown to reduce viral load, it is entirely unfeasible for people to wear them continuously as they are disposable and must be extremely tight fitting. What's more, this is what the state's program looks like.
Naturally, all the flip flopping, deception, and utter tyranny has begun to weigh on folks and resistance to these unscientific mandates is on the rise. In a rather inspiring show of peaceful resistance, high school kids across the country have begun to say enough is enough when it comes to covering their faces.
Leading the charge in this act of mass resistance — at least in Washougal, Washington — are students who call themselves “Freedom Fighters of Washougal.” They are being led by seniors Caleb Bennett, Cade Costales and Harrison Tanner. In an inspiring video below, Costales encourages students to protest and do so in a peaceful and respectful manner.
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After this speech, the "Freedom Fighters" led a successful protest this week as dozens of students showed up to school... maskless.
“I believe we had upwards of 75 to 100 kids,” they wrote on Instagram. “Today we learned that what we are doing right here in our town has been heard around the country in states such as California, Illinois, New Jersey and Tennessee. We are the biggest group in Washington to be doing this, but not the only ones. Today, similar acts took place in Pe Ell, Toledo and Castle Rock. We have the support from adults and high-schoolers from across the state and country. Let’s keep this momentum going. We will fight the masks together.”
And they are right. Similar protests are taking place from coast to coast. In Northern New York last week, after the tyrant governor extended the mask mandate even though it was set to expire on Feb. 1, parents and students took to the streets.
A group of parents and students from Northern Adirondack Central School District marched to the school in a peaceful protest to demand an end to this madness.
“We want to show them the proper way to do this. To me, it’s peaceful. You don’t have to be loud to make an impact,” mom Amanda Coryea said.
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The parents want the school to change its mask mandate requiring kids to mask up when inside, WCAX reported.
“It should be a choice,” Coryea said. “We live in the United States of America.”
In Dunklin, Missouri, dozens of students along with their parents turned up at an impromptu protest which started with a single student. Herculaneum High senior Tristan Watson, 18, told reporters that he stepped up his protest after the school told him he would be arrested for not covering his face with a piece of unscientific cloth.
“They (administrators) said I was not being punished,” Watson said during Monday’s protest, according to My Leader Paper. “They said if I go back in the building without a mask I would be arrested.”
He called their bluff, however, and went to school unmasked anyway. He was not arrested.
On the other side of the country, in Oakdale, California, more students staged a mass mask protest and they were even supported by police.
"Today there are a few schools throughout town where protests have taken place related to the COVID-19 mask mandate. These gatherings have been small in nature and have been peaceful," the Oakdale Police Department wrote.
Instead of forcing the maskless students out of the school, the protesting teens remained in school, no masks — though they were put in the gym. This protest was staged after Cali. Gov. Gavin Newsom was seen disobeying his own mandate at the NFC championship game over the weekend.
Similar protests have taken place in states all over the country.
In North Dakota, in lieu of a protest, a study was conducted among 24,000 students which adds fuel to the fire that is the case for masking children.
As the state's narrative continues to implode, it is quite heartening to see America's youth, with the support of their parents, be so willing to stand up for what they believe. After all, as we say frequently here at the Free Thought Project, positive change comes when good people decide to break bad laws.