Local Schools and Masks Question
I am curious about what you think about the school mask mandates and how our local school officials are handling the situation. What are your thoughts on this?
Dear School Board Assessor,
I asked my wife what was for supper last night, she said it was up to me and I could choose. When I asked her what my choices were she said, “you can have fried chicken with mashed potatoes or mashed potatoes with fried chicken, your choice”. I think given the direction handed down from up on high, our school system has done what they are being told to do as well as anyone could.
Is that what you were asking? Of course it’s not, you want me to (either) say masks don’t work (or) masks save lives, depending on what side you’re on don’t you? That’s what I thought.
Here are some things to consider, Covid-19 does not infect groups of people sitting at the same table, maskless, in a restaurant eating. It only infects people walking to and from the table. COVID-19 does not infect maskless people at BLM protests, Obama’s birthday party, or Nancy Pelosi’s hair salon, only school kids in Florida, bikers at Sturgis, and Republican rallies.
Masks, lockdowns, and vaccinations work so well in Singapore that after 17 months of mask mandates and 80% of the population being vaccinated, cases have risen 581% in two weeks. Masks work so well for young children in the UK that they don’t recommend them for children under 12 years old at all. But hey, we are smarter than that here in the ole U S of A, so smart, that emails from a powerful teacher’s union, (American Federation of Teachers) were just uncovered providing evidence that the union had more influence on CDC regulations for schools than the actual CDC.
So, do masks work? Who knows, does a lucky rabbit foot work? Does knocking on wood work? Until there is an actual peer reviewed, large scale study on any of the three, who knows?
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