Why was foolish mask article published?
I am addressing your June 28 politically biased front-page article from AP about “masks,” “Feds’ mixed messages on facial masks sow confusion.”
Instead of a long dissertation, I believe it would suffice to say that anyone who needs to be told by the president and vice president to wear a mask in this pandemic has a bigger problem. The message was loud and clear from the administration and various other sources including most governors to "wear a mask." I do not think it is a "public confusion" problem.
I do not know why you would publish such a foolish article.
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