CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen, who has been one of the strongest advocates for children wearing masks since lockdowns began, has confessed that her child has been severely harmed by mask wearing.
Wen began back-peddling on masks a few months ago when she admitted that masks don’t work in stopping the spread of COVID, declaring that “the decision to wear a mask should shift from a government mandate to an individual choice.”
Summit.news reports: As recently as two months prior to that, Wen was advocating for the Biden administration to “further restrict the activities of the unvaccinated.”
Wen also previously entrenched a segregated society when she blamed people who hadn’t taken the jab for a COVID-19 “surge” while asserting “we can’t trust the unvaccinated.”
Wen also called for making it “hard for people to remain unvaccinated” by restricting their social freedoms.
She asserted that, “It needs to be hard for people to remain unvaccinated,” claiming that it wasn’t currently difficult (despite the group being demonized and discriminated against on a daily basis).
Wen also previously stated that children returning to school need to be forced to wear industrial grade face masks and should be subjected to weekly COVID tests until they are fully vaccinated.
Now, however, Wen says that masking kids has too many downsides.
In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Wen states “It became clear that the goal I’d hoped for — containment of covid-19 — was not reachable. This coronavirus is here to stay.”
“With this new, indefinite time frame, the benefit-risk calculus of mitigation measures shifted dramatically. I was willing to limit my children’s activities for a year or two but not for their entire childhood,” she continues.
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