Co-president Jill Biden thinks you’re stupid. That’s the only conclusion that I can draw after her latest commentary.
To get specific, the ambitious First Lady recently spoke to the NEA (National Education Association), a vile union that has had a large hand in keeping many schools closed for the last year. In fact, I just wrote on them yesterday, noting that their latest demands to re-open schools are essentially impossible to meet and completely void of any scientific reasoning (see Largest Teachers’ Union Has Fresh Demands and Leaves People Asking if Schools Will Ever Open).
Here’s a taste of the absolutely inane thought emanating from the group.
— Corey A. DeAngelis (@DeAngelisCorey) July 1, 2021
Yes, these geniuses want everyone vaccinated even though there is no approved vaccine for children under 12 yet. Then they want mandatory testing, possibly continual (their language is vague on that point). And after all that, they still want masks and social distancing despite the fact that we now know the virus is airborne, that the vaccines work, and that children are overwhelmingly invulnerable.
But as I said yesterday, the incoherence is the point. These union leaders and their members do not want to return to work, and they see the current circumstances as a chance to further milk taxpayers.
Despite all that, Jill Biden wants you to know that American families aren’t mad about that at all. Rather, they see the teachers who are members of the NEA as “champions.” Yes, she seriously said that.
.@FLOTUS to fellow educators: “America’s students and families faced a crisis like never before. They needed champions like never before. And they found their champions in you.” pic.twitter.com/SEjmSFMCvZ
— The Hill (@thehill) July 2, 2021
This is quite literally the opposite of reality. Families were indeed looking for champions to educate their children during the pandemic. Yet, they never found them in teachers who belonged to these unions. Rather, parents were abandoned with their kids left to fend for themselves while these teachers sat a home, selfishly feeding into their own irrational hysteria. Perhaps more infuriating,
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