MASKS: What they’re not telling you

Someone Who is Not an Expert
4 min readJan 21, 2021


by Someone Who Has No Idea What They’re Talking About

January 20th, 2021 11:43 AM MDT

Since the outbreak of the Wuhan virus in 2020, masks have been a serious point of contention in the United States, with the “CDC” claiming that “masks” “slow” the “spread” of the “coronavirus”, particularly the spread of viral “particles” — which, apparently, can “infect” you.

However, when you think about masks eristically they don’t make any sense — especially when you consider the fact that they can actually spawn other diseases such as fact denying populism, and cytokines.

Now, I am not saying that masks are bad and should not be worn, I am just saying that masks are extremely annoying and have horrific side effects.

Here are the following reasons that masks should not be worn:

  • Wearing a mask will make you more susceptible to the virus
  • Wearing a mask will activate the coronavirus
  • Wearing a mask will cause other diseases

Let me explain.

Instead of protecting against the coronavirus, masks actually make it easier for the coronavirus to spot you. The only exception to this rule is skin colored masks, but most people elect not to wear these because they are terrifying and make you look like you were born with no mouth (1).

The coronavirus can smell fear — and masks, being a symbol of fear and often also being very colorful and pretty, make wearers an easy target.

Even more terrifying, in the year 1975, a study was conducted which showed that masks can “activate” the virus, in those cases where it is lying dormant in your body.

“This is because the coronavirus is sensitive to exclusion,” says virus expert Linda T. Heagen,“She knows when something is trying to keep her out, or in this case, in. And she will do anything she can in those instances to make herself known.”

Once the virus is activated, all it takes is a mask-induced confinement for the symptoms to appear and subsequently worsen.

Someone Who is Not an Expert

Not an Expert. Occasionally publishes articles under the alias “Someone Who Has No Idea What They’re Talking About”. Enjoys tea, is terrified of cats.