federal mask mandate (until Sept 13) is Un-Constitutional says Ted Cruz and other GOP

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JesusWhereRU

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Dude653

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Here where I live most people don't bother with masks anymore after people are being vaccinated
 

gb9

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don't bother with the mask if you are not vaccinated.

masks are just government control devices.
 

Dude653

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don't bother with the mask if you are not vaccinated.

masks are just government control devices.
I don't entertain craziness
 

gb9

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i don't either.

all the hysteria over a disease with a 98.5% survival rate is crazy.
 

Nehemiah6

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I don't entertain craziness
The craziness was to impose the mask mandates WITHOUT A SHRED OF SCIENTIFIC SUPPORT. Fauci admitted it was all conjecture, and after that it was all theater. Do you recall the daily flip-flops by WHO and Fauci? They were simply trying to manipulate everyone and it worked. Now the whole world is muzzled. The psychological impact of masking has not even been analyzed. And masks have been found to be hazardous to one's health.
 

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My governor has never mandated masks. Some stores caved to the liberal pressure so I shopped elsewhere. And I dont forget. They lost me as a customer for life.
 

kaylagrl

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My governor has never mandated masks. Some stores caved to the liberal pressure so I shopped elsewhere. And I dont forget. They lost me as a customer for life.

Amazing!! Something we agree on, wow! Our Dem governor did mandate masks. I wore one for the first couple months. Then I saw certain things that made me change my mind. So I went to my local Wal- Mart and after a month or so they got tired of yelling at me. Didn't wear it, just ignored them and went on with my day.
 

Dude653

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I could be wrong here but I'm pretty sure supreme Court has already made a ruling that there are circumstances in which government can require mandates in times of national emergency such as a disease outbreak
 

DeanM

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Wont happen here. We have a good governor. Never was an order to wear masks here.
 

SigP226

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This ones easy to address: No Jab, No Mask. With a strain of the FLU that has better than a 99% survival rate.... NO WORRIES. I'm healthy, I eat right, and I'm fit. NEXT!
 

DeanM

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This ones easy to address: No Jab, No Mask. With a strain of the FLU that has better than a 99% survival rate.... NO WORRIES. I'm healthy, I eat right, and I'm fit. NEXT!
I figure the vax risk is higher than the flu risk. I was a boy in the 60"s. We played in creeks and probably ate bugs. I drink lots of tea and am pretty healthy.
 

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I figure the vax risk is higher than the flu risk. I was a boy in the 60"s. We played in creeks and probably ate bugs. I drink lots of tea and am pretty healthy.
I was a boy in the '60's too. Interesting decade albeit a bit of violence near the end. I grew up a mile outside of Detroit and still remember the riot in the summer of 67. TV shows were good in the 60's and so was the music. Starting it the 70's in went downhill. Stopped listening to music years ago and rarely watch TV anymore. I drink lots of coffee but on the plus side I quit smoking 6 months ago. Moved to Tennessee from Florida late last year. This state is still big on Trump and very few wear masks. It's a red state of course. Florida is a red state too and has a very good governor.
 

DeanM

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I was a boy in the '60's too. Interesting decade albeit a bit of violence near the end. I grew up a mile outside of Detroit and still remember the riot in the summer of 67. TV shows were good in the 60's and so was the music. Starting it the 70's in went downhill. Stopped listening to music years ago and rarely watch TV anymore. I drink lots of coffee but on the plus side I quit smoking 6 months ago. Moved to Tennessee from Florida late last year. This state is still big on Trump and very few wear masks. It's a red state of course. Florida is a red state too and has a very good governor.
Yes. Iowa here. Our governor never mandated masks either.
 

SigP226

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I figure the vax risk is higher than the flu risk. I was a boy in the 60"s. We played in creeks and probably ate bugs. I drink lots of tea and am pretty healthy.
You'll find that the jab has killed more people than this glorified flu since January.
 

Dude653

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Here Walmart has masks on clearance because no one wears them anymore
 
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I could be wrong here but I'm pretty sure supreme Court has already made a ruling that there are circumstances in which government can require mandates in times of national emergency such as a disease outbreak
Government is the disease.
 
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I was a boy in the '60's too. Interesting decade albeit a bit of violence near the end. I grew up a mile outside of Detroit and still remember the riot in the summer of 67. TV shows were good in the 60's and so was the music. Starting it the 70's in went downhill. Stopped listening to music years ago and rarely watch TV anymore. I drink lots of coffee but on the plus side I quit smoking 6 months ago. Moved to Tennessee from Florida late last year. This state is still big on Trump and very few wear masks. It's a red state of course. Florida is a red state too and has a very good governor.
I'm sorry to say that our governor is a maniacal dictator, but being the nephew of Pelosi, no surprise.

I was hoping that Bruce Jenner would run for governor since he is a conservative, but I guess his fake breasts and lipstick isn't enough to get support from the left, unfortunately.
 

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Big problem with government-mandated masks is that thry don't make sense. On a microscopic level most masks don't prevent the passage of water vapor carrying viruses. The ones that do stop water vapor are sealed enough to nearly suffocate someone. It's like trying to hold water with a net; it's completely ineffective. That's a perfect analogy.

Since masks don't really work then it can only be logically concluded that they are meant to control people, even those with vaccinations. Funny enough, those with vaccinations are not immune to contracting a virus or being contagious, neither are unvaccinated people. So vaccines change nothing.

Furthermore, vaccines are not for everyone. Since coronaviruses are not a brand new kind of virus, most of the people in world already have herd immunity. This is precisely why some people are asymptomatic and some aren't. It's very simple.

The governments know all of this. It's all meant to make money, control people, and shape societies.
 

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I'm sorry to say that our governor is a maniacal dictator, but being the nephew of Pelosi, no surprise.

I was hoping that Bruce Jenner would run for governor since he is a conservative, but I guess his fake breasts and lipstick isn't enough to get support from the left, unfortunately.
I liked Bruce better when he was on the box of Wheaties. What he/she needs is massive support from the right along with some support from the left.