The mainstream media is up to its old antics again, trotting out ‘experts’ to warn the public of COVID and push the unavailing practice of double masking.
“[The pandemic] is raging around as wildly as it has ever been,” claims Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist who routinely pushes for restrictions and is frequently cited by Global News.
He, along with Chief Public Health Officer Theresa Tam, are now saying that we need to be “readying ourselves for the fall” and are expecting potential new variants to emerge just as people settle back into the old normal and put pandemic nonsense behind them.
Horacio Bach, another of Global News’s frequently cited ‘experts,’ obviously agrees with renewing COVID measures, going so far as telling Canadians that they should consider double masking — perhaps the most ineffectual, nonsensical, ridiculous COVID measure ever posited.
“But we have to remember we’re dealing with this virus that can spike at any time,” said Bach. “We don’t know when this is coming, so just take the same precautions that we have when COVID-19 just started and follow the guidelines that we have from the start.”
Despite saying he doesn’t know when the spike is coming, in the next breath, Bach says that he expects a spike in the fall and winter before pushing for more vaccines and double masking — neither of which worked in the past and neither of which would work this time around if COVID was the super threat it’s made out to be.
Indeed, despite thoroughly believing we’re still in a pandemic after two years, mainstream experts want Canadians to continue complying with the same measures that have failed to end the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Ontario Chief Medical Officer Kieran Moore recently said that we’re “on the downswing” following the peak of the seventh wave — which most people probably haven’t even heard about because it’s such an irrelevant non-threat.
“I think we’ve already started on the downswing,” Moore said.
“It’s always easier to look back and say where we were, but from our vantage point just today, it certainly has stabilized, and we’re seeing a decrease in the overall number of people hospitalized, stabilization in ICU, which are typically late indicators, and at a provincial level the wastewater is on the decrease.”
Recently, Moore also warned Ontarians of the risk of adverse reactions to the vaccine, saying that young people should weigh the risks and benefits of the vaccine before getting another — a factor often overlooked by mainstream health experts.