It's Been Two Weeks Since Masks Ended on Planes
What's happened since The Great Unmasking?
It finally happened.
Masks are no longer required on US airlines or on domestic flights.
Of course, this fantastic development did not come about because the CDC had a change of heart after repeatedly extending their illegal mandate, but due to the courage of a federal judge in Florida.
Whether out of incompetence or fear of being criticized for not taking COVID seriously, what we’ve seen from the courts over the past two years has been nothing short of adoring fealty to “public health.” Finally, someone within the court system showed their willingness to contradict the all-powerful CDC and stand up for the separation of powers.
Airlines immediately ended mask mandates, leading to scenes of celebration onboard, as passengers were freed from the useless theater:
And predictably, wailing and gnashing of teeth ensued from our nation’s foremost authoritarian, Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Fauci decried the judge’s decision upholding the rule of law and separation of powers as “unfortunate,” stating that the judge had “superseded the authority of the CDC.”
In maintaining that the decision should have rested with the CDC and not the judiciary, Fauci once again showed that he has no respect for anything that gets in the way of his desire to control the behavior of others.
It’s not surprising Fauci was disappointed, considering he’d previously called for permanent, unending masking:
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