Thursday, June 13, 2024

Brainwashed Seattle Students Walk Out, Demand Mask Mandates Reinstated

'Every time we try to get hasty and toss our masks off, we have another spike and another thousand people die... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Indoctrinated Seattle children failed to handle liberation from masks, demanding that mandates be reinstated on them and fresh air and facial expressions be stuffed.

More than 100 aspiring political-activist students staged a walkout earlier this week, standing outside of school in protest of the soon to be lifted mask mandates, the Seattle Times reported.

According to Marigold Wong, a sophomore at Franklin High School, she deeply regretted taking time away from her education in order to protest the unsafe orders.

“It’s absolutely maddening we have to take time away from our education to fight for
safety and health,” she said.

Earlier this month, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced plans to end mask requirements in most places, whether indoors or out. After the announcement, students around Seattle created an organization, which penned a letter to the Governor asking that the mandates be kept in place.

When Inslee refused the request, the students organized a walkout.

Eridon Stewart, a 17-year-old, spoke at the rally, yelling that every time people take masks off, thousands die.

“Every time we try to get hasty and toss our masks off, we have another spike and another thousand people die,” she said

As expected, the Seattle Education Association, a teachers union, is just as frenetic as their students, and has suggested that it will stand in solidarity with the protesting students.

The organization released a statement suggesting that the teenagers were not given enough of a say in the political direction of the state.

“We watched as students in our classrooms grappled with the implications of this change on their lives and the lives of their families and friends who are immunocompromised or unvaccinated,” they wrote.

The union also emphasized the need for children to be listened to on political matters.

“Students were not given any voice in this change or how it would be implemented.”

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