After doing everything she could to ensure students didn’t have access to in-person learning for a year, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten has been making the media rounds recently assuring parents that kids will be back in classrooms this fall — we guess the grift could only go on for so long.

However, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has said that starting in June, schools will no longer be allowed to mandate masks for students, staff, parents, and visitors. KRIS reports that Dr. Nancy Vera, president of the Corpus Christi American Federation of Teachers, says the government “is going to cause a lot of suffering and illness. I think that is a travesty.”

Naturally, Weingarten agrees:

She’ll never give up. She has to earn that half-million a year somehow.

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