Ohio Rep. Proves Face Masks Reduce Oxygen To Unsafe Levels

truth must be told eraoflightdotcomRepublican Ohio State Rep. Nino Vitale released a video showing a live experiment with students who placed an oxygen-reading device into their face masks to check if the levels were safe.

Vitale began the video by explaining the device he was holding is an instant oxygen sensor that also senses other gases and beeps if the gas levels rise or fall to unsafe levels.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) “considers any atmosphere with an oxygen level below 19.5 percent to be oxygen-deficient and immediately dangerous to life or health.”

“We’re gonna bring in our first student because, of course, the public health experts are recommending we have our students wear masks,” Vitale said before placing the oxygen reader into the student’s face mask.

The device immediately began beeping and upon reading the data, Vitale showed the camera an oxygen level of 17.0, which is well below the OSHA standard.

Student number two wore an N95 mask and, once again, the oxygen-reading device started to beep almost immediately and showed a peak oxygen drop of 18.1.

A third student, wearing a standard surgical mask, inserted the device and it beeped immediately with a 17.6 oxygen level reading.

For those who are interested in the equipment used, Vitale told viewers the device is a GX-2009 Portable Multi-Gas Detector by RKI instruments.

Another individual uploaded a similar video showing reduced oxygen levels when wearing a face mask, but it is being censored.

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3 Replies to “Ohio Rep. Proves Face Masks Reduce Oxygen To Unsafe Levels”

  1. Bruce Kanary

    Yes they do. Any covering used on a breathing passageway is designed for one purpose… to restrict something from leaving or or entering… like a mask. A mask that is designed to stop the passage of a virus has holes in it so microscopic that they severely restrict the flow of oxygen into the body and severely restrict the flow of carbon dioxide out of the body. In other words, you are not getting enough oxygen into your body to clear out the carbon dioxide which can only lead to shortness of breath, slow suffocation, impairment in the operation of your internal organs including your heart, and even gradual brain damage, etc… To see a virus, you need an electron microscope. To see a hole in an anti-virus mask, you also need an electron microscope. Nurses and doctors do not wear such masks and if they did, they would be ripping them off long before an operation was completed or simply laying on the floor passed out due to a lack of oxygen or carbon dioxide poisoning (however you want to phrase it). Spend some time looking it up in the Internet. At this point, though, you have certainly earned the name you used to sign your comment which is not something to brag about. Enjoy your day.

  2. bodhimoss

    IMHO someone choosing a screen name like this is unlikely to provide any worthwhile information to the awakened readers of this site. A modicum of moderation wouldn’t hurt.