Change in mask information suspiciou

Why will the government not give us the true details with who this flu is effecting?

Change in mask information suspicious

Trudeau and his gang just can’t seem to get their stories straight yet again. Weeks ago a face mask doesn’t help, and then today dear leader’s so-called health guru now says they should be worn. Time has come for the truth to come out. Why will the government not give us the true details with who this flu is effecting? If now they are saying masks work that means Trudeau, Horgan and the rest of them have crippled Canada’s economy for no reason.

I have tried to find it online but things seem to be locked down for our own safety I guess. It would be nice to have the numbers broken down so the facts are out there. Sure would be nice to see who got it by age, race, gender and most importantly where and how they caught it? The recovery rate is very high. Seems like the only people effected are in care homes for the most part. If this was as bad as they have been making out the homeless junkie population should have major issues, but can’t seem to find those numbers anywhere ,or is it that crack and meth prevent it?

Stop the lying and give us the truth, we can handle it.

B.W. Lowe

Duncan

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