Masks: Useless And Potentially Lethal | Interview with Mask Expert Chris Schaefer
November 16, 2021
Chris Schaefer is the director of SafeCom Training Services in Edmonton, Alberta. He has been training professionals, including health care professionals, in the proper use of masks for over 25 years. In this interview, Chris reveals that masks are not only completely ineffective for preventing the spread of a virus, but are actually extremely hazardous to our health, and especially for children.
On blood clots…
“They know hypoxia causes thrombosis. We know the breathing barriers [masks] cause hypoxia. So people think the only way they’re going to get circulatory blood clots is through the vaccine? No. You can get it through the breathing barrier too. It’s a recipe for death.”
On what masks are doing to our kids…
“This is torture, what they’re doing in the schools by mandating these breathing barriers [masks].”
On the harms caused by masks…
“When you trap this carbon dioxide, it causes two immediate, measurable harms that can be measured within the first 10 seconds that somebody is wearing it. Gradually increasing levels of hypoxia, which is insufficient oxygen and gradually increasing levels of hypercapnia, which is high carbon dioxide, high dangerous levels of carbon dioxide accumulation.”
On the impossibility of blocking a virus with a mask…
“Viruses can’t be filtered by any type of mask. Because viruses are too small. In order to see that viruses even exist you need to look at them through an electron microscope. Now that’s how small they are. There is no filter that is small enough to filter any viruses, including coronaviruses. There is nothing fine enough to filter viruses. It’s impossible. It’s always been impossible.”
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