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Making Sense by Michael Reagan

A friend of mine from back east once told me what he said was wrong with the country.

“Readers are leaders,” he said. “Unfortunately, our leaders don’t read.”

I was reminded of that sharp-eyed observation this week after a federal judge in Florida struck down the CDC’s widely hated mask mandate for travelers.

The reaction to the mandate reversal by the pro-mask zealots and their allies in the liberal national media was hysterical, angry and predictable.

You can bet the mask worshipers are rooting for the Department of Justice’s to successfully appeal the judge’s ruling and reinstate the CDC’s rule.

 

But like most Americans, I’m rooting and praying for the permanent death of the mask mandate, which should have happened a long time ago.

I’m vaxxed and boosted. I don’t care if you’re wearing a mask or not, and you shouldn’t worry about me.

If you still believe the myth that a cloth mask keeps you safe from a virus, be my guest – wear a pair of masks and a plastic helmet 24/7. Just don’t treat me like I’m a granny killer.

U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle struck down the CDC mask mandate because she concluded the public health bureaucracy had overstepped its legal authority by imposing it early last year.

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