Impacts of Mask Mandates

This article is not to prove how unconstitutional mask mandates are or the scientific reasons against them, but rather to bring attention to the numerous rarely thought about ways mask mandates affect many people’s everyday lives.

In-Person Voting: Safe and Reliable

There is an immense partisan divide when it comes to voting in the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election. We The People desire an honest and reliable election but there are various consenting opinions on mail-in voting vs in-person voting that create a challenging scenario for the citizens of the United States to discern what to believe. People are unsure if it is safe to go to the polling stations during the coronavirus pandemic. There is confusion over the reliability of mail-in voting, and why President Trump voices concern over the results of the election being an accurate representation of We The People.

Maskless: My Body, My Choice

The late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said, “When a government controls that decision for her, she is being treated as less than a fully adult human responsible for her own choices.” I find this to be a solid argument (much like my own) to be against mask mandates. Wear your mask if you want, but don’t force me to wear one.

How Masks Gained Popularity in East Asia

Masks did not become a fad in East Asian countries to prevent sickness from spreading. There’s much more to it than that.

The Government’s Reversal on Masks Holds No Weight

these older quotes from Surgeon General Adams and the CDC that still hold weight today.

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