After the CDC again recommended the widespread use of facemasks, former President Donald Trump and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis disapproved of the measure.

The new provision was announced by Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, who includes all persons regardless of whether or not they are vaccinated against COVID or the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus and students according to Fox News July 27. 

“Universal indoor masking for all teachers, staff, students, and visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status,” is part of the recommendations.

In this regard, Trump urged Americans not to give up on the COVID pandemic, via his website.

“We won’t go back. We won’t mask our children. Joe Biden and his administration learned nothing from the last year,” he said in his statement, reports NY Post.

He added: “Brave Americans learned how to safely and responsibly live and fight back. Don’t surrender to COVID. Don’t go back! Why do democrats distrust the science? Don’t let this happen to our children.” 

Likewise, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis rejected the new provisions and pledged that there will be no facemask mandates in his state.

“And so our view is that this should absolutely not be imposed. It should not be mandated,” he commented on the rumor that the CDC recommendations would be changed. 

DeSantis’ press secretary, Christina Pushaw, agrees, stating.

“There is no indication that areas with mask mandates have performed any better than areas without mask mandates. In fact, this policy could actually backfire,” Pushaw said.

In this context, House Representative Ralph Norman warns of the risk of serious “mass revolts” in the country, should citizens be forced to wear masks against COVID again. 

“I don’t think they’re going to take it well. I don’t think they’re going to take it well, I think you can see massive revolts against doing this, particularly with this administration and being so hypocritical in other areas. I think they’ll revolt against it,” Norman noted on Newsmax’s “Wake Up America” program released July 26.

The previous provisions only proposed the use of masks for people not vaccinated with the experimental drug they call a vaccine, but not for those who had already injected it into their bodies. 

On the other hand, the CDC states: “The greatest spread of cases and serious outcomes is occurring in places with low vaccination rates and among unvaccinated people,” according to Fox News. 

However, this claim is refuted by cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, who says that it is the manipulation of data that allows the information to be altered by saying that the unvaccinated have the highest rates of infection. 

McCullough recalls that the CDC identified 10,000 COVID infections in fully vaccinated people in May, and then stopped counting them.

And he stresses that, obviously, if you stop counting infections in the “vaccinated,” then all the infections are going to come from the “unvaccinated.”

Consequently, he says the reality is that about 50 percent of the current COVID infections are coming from the vaccinated.