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Lowry: The left faces defeat in war over masks

3 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

The people in contemporary America who most pride themselves on their alleged commitment to science and public health are also the most superstitious and immune to evidence.
Nowhere is this more obvious than in the debate over masking kids at school, an ongoing, flagrant example of collective irrationality.
The supporters of mask mandates are fired by a righteous certainty that if a child comes to school unmasked, his or her school and community are at risk of a devastating outbreak of the coronavirus, that parents who don't want to mask their kids are selfish and uncaring boobs who need...
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