The American Academy of Pediatrics doubled down on kids wearing masks in schools on Friday, tweeting “During this surge in cases, it’s more important than ever to make sure children and school staff wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status. Now is not the time to let up”:

GOODBYE CREDIBILITY:

AAP President Moira Szilagyi added that “masks are extremely effective”:

Maybe she missed all the reporting that kids don’t need masks in school?

And as we told you on Friday, “the dam is breaking”:

At some point, the AAP will be concered with their credibility, right? RIGHT?

From Mary Katharine Ham:

And here’s Karol Markowicz pointint out that if “more than 2 million children became infected with COVID” in January, maybe the masks aren’t so effective after all?

Yeah, they won’t answer that one.

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