Murdock Appears on Fox Business to Discuss Masks

Flyers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport wearing facemasks on March 6th, 2020 as the COVID-19 coronavirus spreads throughout the United States via Wikimedia Commons

Murdock appears on Fox Business to discuss mask mandates.



Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News Contributor, a contributing editor with National Review Online, and a senior fellow with the London Center for Policy Research.

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Albert J Hess
Albert J Hess
15 days ago

I wear my mask to bed and sneeze into it just like my hero Joey! 🤗

Amelia Owen
Amelia Owen
14 days ago

I have been doing this job for like a few weeks and my last weekly payment was exactly
𝙁𝙞𝙣𝙙 𝙤𝙪𝙩 𝙝𝙤𝙬 𝙃𝙀𝙍𝙀….

14 days ago

Are he and AOC related?

Tim Loring
Tim Loring
14 days ago

Lots of info shared except on masking.
1: Fauci admitted being deceitful about masks not necessary because he was protecting limited supply of most effective masks.
2. Fauci reverses recommend masks with zero guidance.. Millions of fearful / compliant received no further guidance for three years while the compliant wore rags on their faces that
We’re ineffective against a viruses.
Solution: N95 mask is three layers of non-woven polymer metered to form a mat followed by a mist of polymer followed by a third layer of metered strands as in the first layer.
Unlike the generic & cosmetic trash the public are reliant on entire process of manufacturing effective (anti-viral masks ) is proprietary .
The biggest lesson the Gov. takes from the miss-guided mask protocol is how compliant the general public has become (sheep).

Les Midgett
Les Midgett
14 days ago
Reply to  Tim Loring

I had to wear masks professionally in IDLH atmospheres. (Immediately Dangerous to Life / Health) First thing that you are told in training is that if the mask is not 100% sealed all the way around it will not work at all. Air will not force its way through the filter media if it has any other opening. It will always take the path of least resistance on inhale and exhale. Each person must be fit tested to get the proper style and size mask for their face. It is not one size fits all. The masks that loop around the ears do not work. No mask will work with a beard. You must pass the fit test while walking, talking, bending, lifting, everything that you ever do. If not the seal fails and you catch/spread the virus. Any information to the contrary is anti-science and dis-information

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