Fox News host: There’s a new study that says ‘masks can give me cancer’

Responding to recent news that President Joe Biden plans to request additional funding from Congress for the development of a new COVID-19 vaccine, Fox News host Jesse Watters said he plans to reject it.

“I’m going to walk around with this study in my pocket and if anybody tries to make me wear a mask, I’m going to say, ‘There’s a study that says masks can give me cancer. Do you want me to get cancer? Obviously not,” Watters said in a video clip flagged by Media Matters.

“That’s garbage,” he continued. “There’s another shot that he’s going to recommend all Americans take? Not just Americans with co-morbidities, not just Americans that are over 65? Every single American? And the shots are going to cost a lot of money?”

“And the insurance companies are going to get paid again? And doctors are going to get bonuses based off the percentage of the administration of shots?” he continued.

“This is another huge scam and no one is going to go along with another shot, especially if it’s mandated.”

Biden was asked by a reporter on Friday if he had anything to say about the recent uptick of COVID-19 cases and a new variant.

“I signed off this morning on a proposal we have to present to Congress a request for additional funding for a new vaccine that is necessary, that works,” Biden said.

Watters was referring to a study that was quietly reshared by the National Institutes of Health in the spring that showed disposable masks contain toxic chemicals that could be linked to cancer,

From the Daily Mail:

Researchers from Jeonbuk National University in South Korea looked at two types of disposable medical-grade masks, as well as several reusable cotton masks.

The study found that the chemicals released by these masks had eight times the recommended safety limit of toxic volatile organic compounds (TVOCs).

Inhaling TVOCs has been linked to health issues like headaches and nausea, while prolonged and repeated has been linked to organ damage and even cancer.

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