I flew home recently from a business trip. On one leg of my flight, an old man almost passed out.
An older woman sitting with him (likely his wife) yelled, “Somebody help him!”
After she said it a second time, a female flight attendant went to his aid. I quickly grabbed my camera. Clearly, I knew I was witnessing a mask attack.
He ripped that mask right off!
You could see his relief as the gentleman begins to breathe unimpeded air. In fact, it was straight up good old air, more about that in a moment.
Prior to the old man taking that refreshing gulp of air, you can see the first flight attendant trying to figure out what was happening. Tough to read a person’s face when it’s obscured by that oxygen-blocking face diaper.
In truth, these highly trained waitresses in the sky have no clue what to do in the event of emergencies like asphyxiation. She might as well have been looking at the engine of a Formula One race car. Clearly, she had no idea what to do. I guess it never occurred to her to remove the item impeding the old man’s oxygen flow.
A male flight attendant, hurries to get the old man something to drink. Because we all know that a bit of water is what it takes to cure whatever was ailing the old man. He returns with the drink, while the female flight attendant continues “looking at that engine”.
In the video you can see the male flight attendant looks at me. From his look, I gathered he was wondering “Why are you filming this?”
Still, I continued filming.
How did they resolve this?
The flight attendant can be heard saying to the old man, “Just leave it (the mask) off.”.
Because if the old man has the Wuflu and gives it to everybody else, at least he didn’t die on the plane from wearing that stupid mask.
Who would you vote for if the elections were held today?
If you do a little digging, you will find this story repeats itself over and over!
Here’s what I learned about good old fashioned air:
Here is the chemical makeup of air:
- Nitrogen– N2– 78.084%
- Oxygen– O2– 20.9476%
- Argon– Ar — 0.934%
- Carbon Dioxide– CO2– 0.0314%
- Neon– Ne — 0.001818%
- Methane– CH4– 0.0002%
- Helium– He — 0.000524%
- Krypton– Kr — 0.000114%
- Hydrogen– H2– 0.00005%
- Xenon– Xe — 0.0000087%
Your body needs nitrogen and oxygen…period. Even ARGON is needed in more at 29X more than CO2.
So I’d love for a government “scientist” to explain these ratios to me.
In lieu of that, I looked for myself. As it turns out, every time you take a breath, you breathe in roughly 21 percent oxygen. However, your lungs are only able to extract about a fifth of that oxygen. The rest gets breathed right back out again.
But here’s the interesting part. While CO2 is only 0.03 percent of that breath you took, what you breath out is 4 percent CO2. That’s 133 TIMES more CO2 out than in.
Arguably, some of that CO2 escapes through even the worst of masks. However, far more CO2 remains than the body needs.
It doesn’t take much intelligence to see how wearing a mask would amplify any under-lying health conditions. So, no matter how you slice it, it’s not a great idea to put yourself at risk for carbon-dioxide poisoning.
At the time of that article, two young students had just died, and masks were involved in both tragedies. Not surprising, their stories didn’t get much traction.
One would think leftists would jump up to protect children around the world.
Aren’t they the party of loving tolerance? The true philanthropists? Apparently leftism is nothing more than hype, especially if you measure against the mask mandates.
I actually received an email once explaining why OSHA doesn’t support the use of facemasks. You can read it here. I was able to breakdown the science for each type of mask most people use.
The major takeaways are this:
*N95 blows the virus into the air from a contaminated person.
*The surgical mask is not designed for the outside world and will not filter the virus upon inhaling through it. It’s filtration works on the exhale, (Like a vacuum bag, it only works one way) but likely stops after 20 minutes, rendering it useless outside of a STERILE ENVIRONMENT (correct Becky, they don’t work in a bar, not even a little bit).
*Cloth masks are WORSE than none. It’s equivalent to using a chain link fence to stop mosquitoes.
All of this seems to be trusty old common sense. But I get the feeling that common sense is frowned upon these days. And it shouldn’t take an old man nearly dying on a plane to make liberals wake up and smell the coffee. Unless of course the WuFlu stole your ability to make judgments through your sniffer.