|Ferrer with no mask|
Barbara Ferrer is a health hypocrite.
She is the Los Angeles County health director because she was appointed to the job, not because she had any worthwhile qualifications for the position.
She is an unaccountable, unelected bureaucrat, and she does not look like the picture of health, either.
Yet she holds this outrageous sway to tell everyone to mask up in Los Angeles County. This is outrageous, and it needs to stop.
And her guidance for following through on another mask mandate? A corrupted study from her daughter.
A “study” finding that COVID mitigation efforts in schools, including forced masking, were highly effective in stopping disease spread — and cited by the CDC and most states as the scientific basis for school mask mandates — was authored by LA County bureaucrats, including the daughter of the county’s Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer.When does the hurting stop? When will Los Angeles County residents stop complying with this nonsense and just ignore the county health department?
Hey, even Barbara Ferrer doesn't follow her own guidelines:
And there here she is pretending to be friendly, condescending to the residents of Los Angeles county once again:
This is Dr. Barbara Ferrer— lauras4Trump (@Lauras4T) July 22, 2022
She announced that mask mandates would be returning to LA County
Right after, she is seen partying with 70,000 people, at an All-Star Game with no mask🤣😂
Folks, you can't make this stuff uppic.twitter.com/QUgt3HHE37
Thankfully, businesses throughout the county have announced that they are rejecting this policy, and they are telling the county leaders that masking should remain optional. RedState reports:
Barbara Ferrer in her own words during the public health briefing Thursday why Los Angeles is on the precipice of another countywide mask mandate at the end of the month. @FOXLA pic.twitter.com/MoBl4yCMGZ— Travis Rice (@traviscrice) July 22, 2022
The founding CEO of the Los Angeles County Business Federation, Tracy Hernandez, said:
“This is not a debate about choosing between lives and livelihoods … This is a discussion about educating and empowering Angelenos to make smart choices about protecting their health, our workers and the region’s collective ability to weather this latest wave of infections. We can do better than a heavy-handed mandate at this stage of pandemic recovery and endemic recalibration.
It's time to stand up to Barbara Ferrer and her anti-healthcare bullying. She does not tell us what to do. She works for us; we do not work for her.