WATCH THIS: Are Facemasks Helpful Or A Hoax?

WATCH THIS: Are Facemasks Helpful Or A Hoax?
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So check this out. This is an LED U.V. flashlight, we just bought this right here and I got my two masks right here. I want to show you how many particles and viruses I may potentially have on these masks.

Take a look at this. This is a mask I got today at Yard House when I eight over then I forgot this mask. They gave me this. I don’t know if you see it or not. All of those things could be particles. Right. All of those that look at all over the place. This is what’s on my face. And this doing I use a wash occasionally. I wash. Right. Check this out. You go over here. It’s very obvious. A lot is on it. Right.

Ok. So why am I showing this to you right now? Here’s why. Because we just got word from Governor Abbott today, Texas, that we are required to wear masks at work. Now, what’s the requirement that we’re supposed to wear masks unless a certain things you have a, you know, breathing? You’re sure certain conditions that you have, you’re required to be worn a mask, right? OK, no problem. We’ll go out and listen and wear the mask when you’re looking at all these masks. People are asking a lot of different questions. And I went out there research myself. I got some stuff I want to show you. We will look at how CDC and World Health Organization is telling us how to properly wear a mask. And I want you to tell me yourself why you watch this. When’s the last time you wore the mask? The way the experts are telling us to wear masks. I even have a video, a doctor showing up how to wear a mask. And this poor doctor is looking here first. Then she looks here. Then surely you can tell she has all the steps on how to teach us how to wear a mask. And she needs a step by step process on how to properly boil water.

I’m asking and I’ll give you some data data here, but let’s let’s go through this here together.

Ok, so first of all, how common? 19 spreads two different ways. One is the form my transmission, which is what I’m touching this stock. Somebody came over here. There’s particles.

I touched my nose. Boom. I got Corona virus, hypothetically. The other one is respiratory article particles that reach you directly.

This is sneeze cough, six feet, three to six feet. You cough. I get it. Oh, my gosh. Then I have a couple of days later, I’m having symptoms. I may have corona virus. No problem. Then they tell us there’s three different masks to use. Right. The lowest level masks are these. This is a cloth mask. You’ll see a lot of people use them. Bandanas goes work as well. But that’s considered a cloth mask. Then it’s these masks which are those surgical masks. But they’re not recommending that we use this because they want to save this for who? Doctors, nurses.

And the last one is the ninety five mask, which I don’t have one here, but this is what it looks like writing. A lot of people contact me saying, Pat, I can get you one hundred thousand, I can get you five million.

Do you want to buy and sell this to some people. And here’s what you got to do now. These are the masks that we’re looking at. What the CDC is not recommending us to use are these. And they don’t want us to use these. They want us to specifically use these. Now, even though they want us to use this, guess what they’re saying? They’re saying that they’re nurses and doctors cannot use these because these are not the safest. You and I can use these, but in hospitals, they can use this. No problem.

Let’s go through this again, what they say next. So cloth mask is what they’ve been recommended to use clockface coverings or recommended as a simple barrier to help prevent respiratory droplets from traveling into the air and onto other people through the person wearing the cloth face, covering contact. OK, you get the idea. This is called was source control. Surgical mask. We already covered. We’ve already gone through what to do or what not to do.

Now, let’s go through what CDC is telling us to do when it comes down to recommendation with coverings. Right. Here’s what they’re saying.

CDC recommends that people wear a cloth, face coverings in public settings and one are on people who don’t live in your household, especially when other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain or cloth. These kinds of coverings may help prevent people from who have covered nothing from spreading it to other people or coverings are most likely to help reduce of COBA nothing fine. Coverings should not be worn by children under the age of two or anyone who has trouble breathing or is unconscious, incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without a sister. Now watch this. Who should wear a face, a cloth face covering general public? Again, same thing. Two years old, Kobe, 19, SPREP. He went on symptoms. OK.

So all of this are pretty much a symptom we’re looking at over there, right? No problem now. I want to show you what Anthony family should, who the other day when Rand Paul called them out and he had his nice. I believe it was a Washington Nationals mask on. He dropped it. He put it back up. He dropped it. Put it back up. Which means if there are any particles on the table, he dropped and put it back up. This is the man who is the expert. It went like this and it was about to answer. He went like this. Then he went like this. You’re not supposed to touch this thing. He not once reached down and said, OK, this is what you’re supposed to do. It dropped. If it drops, OK, put another thing here and go back again. Watch this stuff. That’s Anthony fault, you know. Here’s what Anthony found you said on an interview with 60 Minutes. I want to say March 18th or March 8th. Take a look at this.

Face facemasks. Can you discuss. The mask? There’s a lot of confusion among people and this information surrounding face mask. Can you discuss that? The masks are important for someone who is infected to prevent them from infecting someone else. You know, when you see people and look at the films in China and South Korea, whatever, I was wearing a mask right now in the United States, people should not be walking around with this. You’re sure that because people are listening really closely.

Right now, people should not be what is mean that we shouldn’t miss. When you’re in the middle of an outbreak. Yeah. Wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better. It might even block a droplet. Yes. It’s not providing the perfect protection to people. This is our expert. And often you’re on unintended consequences, right? Fiddling with the mask and making touching that, which is what you then you get some sweats of staying inside their homes. Of course. But when you think masks, you should think of health care providers needing them and people who are ill, people who when you look at the films of foreign countries and you see in five or seven people wearing masks. That’s right. That’s what Americans do with this line. But it can lead to a shortage of actors. That’s the point. It could lead to a shortage of masks for the people who really need.

[00:05:58] Fair enough. So that’s Anthony fout, your expert talking about the whether masks work or not. Do we really need to do it or not? Now, watch this. Now, here’s a video from someone who is with World Health Organization showing us how to properly wear a mask. Watch this.

[00:06:14] Keep your hands with alcohol based heroin and people who have symptoms suggestive. So watch my teeth before touching the mask. Seeing your hands with alcohol based camera or so. What? Yeah, 20 to 30 seconds, Rob.

[00:06:30] Obviously, we all do. 20 or 30 seconds. Soap and water, 40 to 60 seconds. I’m sure everybody does that.

[00:06:36] Holy moly. It’s like the mask for chairs are holes. Do not use a matha has previously been worn or is damaged. Therefore, which side is the target? This is usually where the metal strippers identify the inside of the mask, which is usually the white Syama. Place the mask on your face. OK. Having your nose, mouth and chin. Making sure there are no gaps between your face and the mask, hence the metal strip so that it moves to the shape of your nose. Remember, do not touch the front of the mask while using it to avoid contamination. If you accidentally touch it, clean your hands.

[00:07:05] That’s one of them, right? That’s one to watch the next one here. So I’m not even sure if I touch it. Clean your hands. Now, how many of you want to go to a restaurant or place of business? How many guys have this with you in your pocket all the time? OK, up first, let’s just assume that’s that all the time. But find some of you are and do it at all. That’s great. Now, here’s another one from World Health Organization. This was shot February 5th, by the way. Watch what she says. It’s got a couple million views, medical masks.

[00:07:34] This one cannot protect against a new coronavirus when you alone when you wear them. Can not protect against a new coronavirus medical mask. This one cannot predict events in utero. And that is when used alone.

[00:07:44] When you win and you must combine with hand hygiene and cognitive measures, it only recommends the use of mouth specific cases. If you cough specifically on your breathing, you should wear a mask and seek medical care. Sure. If you do not have any symptoms, I would not have to wear masks because there is no evidence to protect people who are not sick. However, if you are healthy and you are taking care of a person who may be infected with a new coronavirus, then you should wear a mask. Good when you are in the same room with that person. And remember, if you choose to wear a mask, use it and discard it properly and clean your hands with O’Hanlan or soap and water. More information on mosquitoes.

[00:08:22] Ok. So here’s the next one. Watch this. Now, here’s a lady that does an exercise which I just showed you here with the lady. You’ll be flashlight. Watch what happens right here when this doctor is showing you how much viruses and particles can be in the equipment you’re using. I watch this here. Check this out.

[00:08:36] Poutre represents a bacteria or germs and viruses. So we can demonstrate how easy it is to spread this, even if we’re running into the grocery store with proper people, eat and protective equipment and grabbing one item. OK. I have placed my protective equipment on correctly and I’m going to run out and buy some water at the grocery store.

[00:08:52] So here’s my water when I take my pen and paper. Right. Policy. Yeah, this is a great example of what this stuff should drink and it shall be very helpful.

[00:09:05] It takes us it puts a backup with your hands, which is what you do.

[00:09:10] How many times is your way to go like this. You’re down.

[00:09:13] And I am ready to take off my mask and gloves. I want to show you how important it is I would use in the right order in the right way. So let’s see how I get in trouble with my hair.

[00:09:26] Oh, my goodness. So starting off with you was on the one surface. Look at my gloves, my notes right here on me and protected, you see. Oh, my goodness. Can a poor person who uses this can offer me. Oh, and look at my hands. Oh, my goodness.

[00:09:39] The worst part about this is when I live in my house. I did not use the proper procedure, which means that not nothing on me. How many people are using your right in your nose and in your mouth? And no, this is really close to my nose. OK.

[00:09:52] So now watch this. So let me show you the other one. Now, here’s a doctor showing how to properly use it. Watch where she’s looking at the most. Speed it up a little bit. Just look at her eyeballs where she’s looking at the entire time.

[00:10:05] Now, I’ll say this is very simple. You’re right. Here is the thing. Yeah. The thing is, I have another thing like.

[00:10:14] Yeah. All of these things that companies and others have a script here to pull this off. And that’s pointing out the mask. Are you sure? I’m not going to help you to see where you are. About to see a face. So I think was pretty cool. Of course, we’ll carry a carton everywhere we go. Absolutely. I’m sure you do all the time. Well, we don’t want you as radical. And you’re holding something like a car or. Yes. So I went for it. So I thought I kind of feel different. So I looked over here. Hey, are you having a bath or area? I’m not talking. Why are we moving out? I’m not been able to get out of my life looking again. That what it is. I far away. I didn’t. Go ahead.

[00:11:19] Here’s the point. I’m trying to make you with this case here. Obviously, she’s a doctor. This thing’s got 600000 views. It was uploaded two months ago. It’s got 600000 views.

[00:11:28] And it’s coming from an expert. But even the expert needs cue cards for her to remember what to do next. And you and I are not the experts and they’re telling us to go use some like this.

[00:11:40] And when you put the light, Ali, deal, I don’t look at the amount of particles and worse think worst thing that we do. So let’s just say you go to the restaurant. Let you see you’re in a market. Let’s just say you do whatever you’re doing. You know what’s proving that this thing doesn’t work? You know what proves that this thing doesn’t work? Let me give you an example right here. So say I put this on. OK, here we go.

[00:11:59] Let me do the responsible thing here. All right. So we got this here at this point in the game. It’s been on the table. God knows what’s on the table.

[00:12:06] We keep this place pretty clean. But I take this. I put on my face. You’re ready. Here we go. Hey, what’s going on? OK, great. Can I get you? I’d like to get a drink. You know what? What is it that you wanted? I can’t do that. That’s not something you can do now. Yeah. Cadbury. So, yeah. So how was your day today at work. OK. It was great. What was. Yeah. Oh hang on one second. Oh it’s Dad.

[00:12:31] Hey Pop. What’s up. Bowl. Yeah. OK. Yeah. Yeah. We’ll see you on Saturday. Yes. Sounds good. You’re going to pick you up something. No. Great. All right. You’re ready, pal. All of this stuff that’s on this thing here. Then it goes right here. Are you why are you carrying one of these things with you when you go to the restaurant? So then full sets, another call. Hey, bro, what’s going on? Dude, we’re going to watch a basketball game together. Yeah, absolutely. We’ll watch it together on Sunday. Okay, great. Put it down. Third time. Eat the food. Touch everything. Drink up. Up, up, up, up. Right. OK. Thank. Thank you so much. You cut the pen. They bring the pen. You don’t know what happens when you sign a pen. You put this on your face. You grab your phone, you leave. What what what is this protecting right here by doing that? What is this protected right here. Now, I understand a one part about cough and understand a one part about me.

[00:13:20] Give it to you. Because a threesome. Three to six feet. Social. This is it. I’m fully with it. I totally understand. We go by every single guideline that the state tells us, every couple CDC make some changes. We go out there, do it ourselves right now. Great. So domestic. I don’t know. Fine. Let’s say we followed the minutes. Let me take it a different level for you.

[00:13:39] Here’s some data. Here’s some data for you. OK. Let’s look at some data.

[00:13:43] Let’s look at some data. So every news you’re listening to, this is a wrap. We got to be careful. It’s the second coming. Go, Kruno virus. Look at this. Oh, my gosh. Look at high school and look at the numbers. Fifty two thousand six hundred and nine cases yesterday. Right. Cases, cases, cases.

[00:14:02] It’s all cases. But we’re not talking about how many people died yesterday. Watch this. So, Kate. Six hundred seventy people die. Do you see how this is going down? This is positive right there. This is going down when you go to cases. This is going up. Cases going up. And then you see here that going down. OK.

[00:14:19] What does this really mean? Let me break down the numbers. You know kind of what this really means. OK.

[00:14:24] So so far, if yesterday we had fifty two fifty two thousand six hundred and nine cases. OK. Six hundred seventy people died. If we do the math on this. Six seventy divided by fifty two thousand six one. That’s about one point two percent, which means one point two percent of people that get Koban 19 die. Or is it really the number? But let me go a little bit further for you. Total challenge is two point seven four million people in America. I’ve had Koban 19 case. One hundred thirty thousand people have died. That’s four point seven percent. But if you go worldwide, ten point seven million people have had the case. Corona virus. Five hundred sixteen thousand people have died, which is, what, four point eight percent. If it’s four point seven four point it. And now it’s one point two.

[00:15:07] Shouldn’t we be celebrating? Shouldn’t we say good news? Percentages are going low. Which means what?

[00:15:12] It’s not as deadly. This is basic math. I’m showing you now, some people may say, Pat, you’re manipulating the numbers. Tell me why. Because the way you need to do it is take the death to Bay, which is six seventy, and go to the amount of cases. That was two weeks ago. Fine. Let’s do that. This is what? Six hundred seventy people died, what, as of July 1st.

[00:15:33] Right. OK, I have six seventy here, 670 year. Fine. OK. So if I go to cases and it’s July 1st, 14 days ago is what. Let’s go to 14 days. Go will be what. 16TH. Twenty three thousand forty seven. Which is what I have here.

[00:15:48] If I take six seventy divided by twenty three thousand four or seven, it’s still two point nine percent lower, which means it’s still going or.

[00:15:56] This is a somewhat of a celebration, but that’s now how the media is pitching it. So let me even take it a different level when we’re doing basic math. Here’s a map. So when you look at these numbers and they’re saying cases are so high, cases are so high, what happened all of a sudden, the cases being high?

[00:16:11] Well, Washington Post does an article on what day this is Washington Post and we find it. Washington Post. I don’t know if you see it. Washington Post dot com. Right.

[00:16:22] Investigations on CDC date, June 8th, which is less than four weeks ago, less than four weeks ago.

[00:16:29] What did they say here? Investigations. This is not like somebody just wrote this article. You’re right.

[00:16:35] Cdc one states to count probable coronavirus cases and deaths. But most orange doing it. OK. Let me read it one more time. CDC wants states to count probable coronavirus cases. So now let’s find out what CDC defines probable coronavirus cases.

[00:16:56] So let’s go to the CDC Web site, which is right here.

[00:17:00] What is a Colvard 19 probable case?

[00:17:04] A person meeting clinical criteria, enter the epidermal epi dimmy allergic or evidence with no confirmatory, with no confirmatory laboratory testing performed from Colgin 19.

[00:17:17] Let me read it one more time. So a person who goes and meets with the proper doctor, but there is no confirmation that they took a Koban 19 test that came out positive. None. A person meeting presumptive laboratory evidence and either clinical criteria or evidence, a person meeting vital records criteria would no confirmatory laboratory tests and perform for Koban 19. So The Washington Post CDC wants states to count probable coronavirus cases. Which means how many of these cases that we’re getting are probable cases and how many of them are just cases w. You know, it’s real. I don’t know. You probably have it. You know, you go to a doctor and I’m six years ago, I lost my voice for a couple months. I went to the doctor, three doctors. They said there’s a lump here. You probably have cancer, you probably have cancer, you probably treat them. So you’re probably of cancer. I wanted the surgery. They cut it. But you don’t have cancer. Probably. Probably. Probably have cancer. Cut it. It’s benign. You’re good. I love the four weeks. I didn’t have a voice, but it was probably I had cancer. So you probably have coronavirus. You probably have coronavirus. That’s Canada. It’s something that we’re talking about here.

[00:18:22] If you look at this data with cases fifty two thousand, what, six or nine. Here’s my question for you. Here’s my question for you. Out of the six hundred and seventy people that died yesterday from Corona virus.

[00:18:36] God bless their soul, I am sure. Families devastated with the loss of a loved one. We right now have people in our sales force out of Corona virus that have been hospitalized. And I’m going through with them on the call to see what they’re going through, because I want to hear the challenges they’re facing and they’re both recovered. We’ve had many of them that have recovered and to feel that we had a couple of them here that had to recover as well. And debris going through themselves. So I want to know what the symptoms are. I want to know what they’re fitting. I want to learn myself and I want to do whatever I can to protect everybody.

[00:19:04] But here’s a question I got for you. Six hundred seventy people died from Corona virus yesterday. How many people you think died yesterday? That we don’t know. Was because a corona virus. Let me ask the question one more time. How many people do you think died yesterday in America who died from Corona? But in the registry, they didn’t put coronavirus. What do you think the numbers most likely is zero. Why?

[00:19:27] Because when people are dying right now. Hospitals are pretty much required to go and find out if this person died from Corona virus or not. If they did, they say cause of death.

[00:19:34] What Corona virus. But I’ve got a different question for you. You already added a fifty two thousand six hundred and nine cases yesterday. I’ve got Corona virus. Here’s my question for you. How many people do you think right now have corona virus that are sitting there saying, I wish I went to CBS?

[00:19:53] They told me, wait, I’m not going to wait. Forget about it. I’m going to go. I think I’ve got a floor cough. It’s feels like it. I feel like bronchitis. Maybe. I don’t know. It just doesn’t feel good. But I’m not going to go to the doctor and I’m not going to get tested.

[00:20:05] Let me ask the question one more time. How many people you think? Fifty two thousand. Six or nine yesterday. Got a case of Corona virus. How many have it? I haven’t gotten tested because they just didn’t want to go to the doctor twice as much. Three times as much. Let’s assume you said three times as much if it’s three times as much. That means that fifty two thousand, six or nine really was, what, yesterday? Hundred and fifty six thousand.

[00:20:29] If it’s one hundred fifty six thousand, you know what it tells us to our one point two percent at one point, two percent goes to point four percent. That means the death rate is really point four percent now one point two percent. You know that number to two point nine percent.

[00:20:42] That two point nine percent goes to one point nine percent because it’s a third, which means at the beginning when they said this is three percent, three percent of people are dying. Oh, my gosh, five percent of people are dying. The math is not probable math that they’re doing.

[00:20:57] So if you look at everything combined together, I am not telling you don’t wanna work with your mask and your mask because I’m following guidelines at the office. When everybody comes in, we’re doing temperature with everybody on their forehead. Nobody comes into the office until they go through the temperature. We’re following every single thing that is taking place with the guidelines. But here’s what’s a deeper concern for me that we’re not talking about. The deeper concern for me is the fact that forty five million people lost jobs, circus soldiers file bankruptcy. A bunch of businesses that you and I use have to file bankruptcy because they can’t sit around hoping they’re gonna be able to last. Are we doing the right thing right now? With so much more fear of round two, so many people that are conventions, I do events every year in Las Vegas, every single people I talk to, a lawsuit with commissions, hotels, they’re struggling. So many hotels, blacks is a Blackstone. I missed a payment on their first hotel business that they bought.

[00:21:51] They missed a payment. Blackstone missed it. How does Blackstone miss a payment?

[00:21:57] This is not a small little company we’re talking about. It’s one of the biggest companies. Respect the company. Missed payment. Check this out.

[00:22:05] Blackstone skips payment on Twala, 74 million on a hotel.

[00:22:08] What do you mean Blackstone skips payment? Blackstone is supposed to be like premier. They’re skipping a payment. Yes, they’re skipping a payment. We’re just giving a payment. Who the hell is going to hotel right now? Who’s going to auto right now? Some of the best restaurants that we would go to. They’re just totally padlocked. We can’t afford him anymore. He’s a high end restaurant shutting down. Said exactly what we want. Is it really what we want? So, look, Foushee, if you can tell us where mask’s one minute and a couple months prior to that, you told us mask’s can’t do anything. Why are you telling us now?

[00:22:38] If it’s just something to say, it’s going to make you feel better and it’s going to make people feel calmer. Fine. We’re doing it. But I also know a lot of people that are not feeling comfortable learn these things. Also, a lot of people that are putting this on say, I mean, I can’t breathe right now. I’m not feeling comfortable about it. I also know a lot of people that are putting this on. They’re getting a lot of anxiety.

[00:22:56] So what is the solution? I don’t know. All I can say is we need our leadership team to really start considering every single person and look at the data a little bit more and stop using this data here to manipulate everybody and put fear into us and start thinking about the small business owners that 59 million Americans work for. These are not billionaires. These are small companies with less than 500 employees. That 59 percent of your fifty nine million people in America work for.

[00:23:26] If those small business owners go out of business, what could come next?

[00:23:30] Crime, things that are really, really scary. I mean, you saw the other day when a guy that was marching, protesting across a person, so you saw a guy that came out with a pink shirt and a gun, the rifle. He saw the lady who a lawyer, both of them pistol. She’s holding a lead on that comes out. We’re so sorry. We’re Democrats. We’re not trying to say anything. Don’t take anything away from us. And they kept our law license. What is what is going on with all this stuff?

[00:23:51] By the way, this has nothing on how ugly it can get if people are hurt economically. And if you want to find a solution, be printing more money, which Nancy Pelosi saying, let’s send ten thousand dollars with families, with three kids.

[00:24:04] I also don’t think that’s the solution because you’re putting us in more debt and the dollar keeps going lower and lower and lower. And guess who’s going to have to pay the price for this long term? So, again, these are data. These are numbers. I’m simply showing you stuff that I looked at. You’re going to have to make up to make up your own mind or what you want to do. But I’m hoping more people will start sharing information like this and start questioning everything.

[00:24:27] Am I imposing anything in this video? The only thing unimposing in this video is question. Every politician, every expert, every body out there, because they’re making big decisions for you.

[00:24:40] When I could sit there and say, you cannot go to work. Your kids cannot go to school. People got to stay home. And there are so many traumatic things that are happening to the existing generation, the kids, that we’re not going to see the side effects of it for 10, 20, 30 years from now. What we’re going to feel it. So we have to start thinking that we can’t just sit there and say, well, look at some of these percentages.

[00:24:57] So what are your thoughts? You saw some of the numbers I shared with you. What are you thinking about this comment below? I want to hear from you. And if you want to have a real dialogue with some of your peers, share this with people, you know, to see what they’re telling you about this.

[00:25:10] Having said that, thank you. Thank thank you for watching, everybody. Take care. Bye-Bye.