Thursday, February 3, 2022

Dr. Ashish Jha Took Less Than One Minute To Inadvertently Demolish The Entire Concept Of Forced Masking
Scott Morefield / Townhall Tipsheet
 
Dr. Ashish Jha, Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health and a frequent media contributor on the topic of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, inadvertently demolished the logic behind mask mandates during a Tuesday morning interview on "CBS Mornings."

Asked by anchor Tony Dokoupil about "so-called one-way masking," where some people wear higher-quality, protective masks to protect themselves instead of all of society being compelled to wear them, Jha referred to his time treating maskless Covid patients in the hospital while wearing an N95 respirator mask.

"If you wear a high-quality mask, a KN95 or an N95, which are now widely available, you can protect yourself under pretty much all circumstances," Jha responded.

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US Special Operations forces carry out ‘successful’ mission in northwest Syria
Witnesses described a large operation by U.S. commandos that seemed to have the intensity and planning of a raid on a high-value target
 

U.S. Special Operations forces carried out a "successful" counter-terrorism mission in northwest Syria on Thursday, the Pentagon said in a statement obtained by Fox News.

 

John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, said there were no U.S. casualties and more information will be provided latePeople check at a destroyed house after an operation by the U.S. military in the Syrian village of Atmeh. 

 

Human rights groups and witnesses described a large operation by U.S. commandos that seemed to have the intensity and planning of a raid on a high-value target. Social media users posted a purported video of the attack in the nighttime hours. The helicopter was only visible when it opened fire.