Unmasking America Group has been removed from Facebook, including its 9,000 members
Fake news is spreading and might even worse than the pandemic itself. And Facebook just recently removed one of the largest anti-mask groups on its platform for violating its policies against spreading misinformation about COVID-19.
The name of the public Group is Unmasking America, which had over 9,600 members who protested that people should not wear masks. They even described their Facebook group with a caption of “here to spread the TRUTH about masks!” The Group claimed that masks are obstructing oxygen flow and having a negative psychological impact. The Group added to the obscurity of reasoning that it has a mental anchor for suppression, enslavement and cognitive obedience. Aside from those, the Group has been spreading false information regarding the coronavirus.
The Group stated, “It is a When you wear a mask you are complicit in declaring all humans as dangerous, infectious and threats.”
The Unmasking America Group
The Unmasking America Group is one of the dozens of Group which was created to debunk the COVID conspiracy supposedly. They aim to oppose public health intervention championed by medical experts. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests people wear masks in all public areas that could help limit the spread of the virus. And these said groups are opposed to the idea of wearing masks.
Facebook’s removal of the Group was taken into account after The Verge reported the Group.
Dami Oyefeso, Facebook’s spokesperson, has said in an email to The Verge that, “We have clear policies against promoting harmful misinformation about COVID 19 and have removed this group while we review the others.”
The Unmasking America group page contains photos from members wearing masks emblazoned with the Make America Great Again slogan or other references to President Trump.
Based on The New York Time reports, there was also an image of a “Face Mask Exempt Card” issued by the “Freedom to Breathe Agency” was linked to prominently; one poster advised others to “print it, laminate it and use it. The number is legit.” No such government agency exists, and law enforcement officials have warned that such cards — which use a version of the justice department’s eagle logo — “do not carry the force of law,”