As Twitchy reported earlier, the Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin wished Virginia good luck as they were getting what they voted for, and that tweet backfired on her. So much for the silly narrative that Glenn Youngkin was a “normal” Republican, she wrote, citing the “anti-mask nuttery” that he’d imported from Florida’s Gov. Ron DeSantis. In short, public schools can’t mandate masks; it’s up to parents whether they send their kids to school masked up or not.
In response to Rubin, one Virginia public school teacher said she’d resign in Youngkin forced the issue in her county.
I’m a Virginia public school teacher who’s relieved that my county is maintaining our mask mandate. If he forces it, I’ll resign.
— CMG (@cmg19812) January 17, 2022
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) January 17, 2022
Your terms are acceptable. https://t.co/oTZ1HFzKpw
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) January 17, 2022
— As (@iamsharp1967) January 17, 2022
This person is teaching your children. Rethink public schools… the elites did decades ago.
— 1word2many (@truthsocialpill) January 17, 2022
— Keith (@Capt_Peanut) January 17, 2022
They weren't upset when nurses who didn't want the jab were forced to resign or were fired.
Why exactly do they think we will care if they quit or are fired for only being able to wear their mask by choice? 🤷♂️
— Thomas J. Torrington (@tjtorrington) January 17, 2022
Good. I think we would all be happy to see that outcome. Especially if you teach science lol.
— Douglas Lukasik (@DouglasLukasik) January 17, 2022
Learn to code.
— We have a media problem (@dougrike) January 17, 2022
You do realize you can still wear your mask right? They work don't they?
— Brad Eickman (@bradeickman) January 17, 2022
We’re just learning now from the powers that be that cloth masks are little more than facial decoration and we all need to be wearing N95 masks all day, every day.
— Pew Pew Chappy (@jc_chappy) January 17, 2022
— Randall spencer (@Randalllocke23) January 17, 2022
— Yev (@YevgenyNy) January 17, 2022
— Ramsey Ford (@ramseyford38) January 17, 2022
— Indy fan (@YardofBricks1) January 17, 2022
— S k y (@Skkyyyyyyyyyyy) January 17, 2022
— 〽GO BLUE〽 (@goblue2015) January 17, 2022
— Kaiser Bill (@WaivedSAP) January 17, 2022
Then quit. pic.twitter.com/cYd442IRwU
— Corey Frank (@HelpingHand_The) January 17, 2022
Excellent. I wish you luck in your future employment ventures, please make sure you return all school property on your way out.
— Swingson Codswell II (@SwingCodII) January 17, 2022
Go ahead and get it over with, save yourself some grief. We’ll send you some job listings.
— Cacodad (@SurrealEli) January 17, 2022
"Climate Voter" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
— MeIkhLucas (@IkhLucas) January 17, 2022
Good. It would be amazing if a bunch of you activist teachers resigned.
— Cornelius (@CorneliusCletus) January 17, 2022
— FroggyMoon🚀💎 (@TVTeddy1) January 17, 2022
I respect you principled stance. pic.twitter.com/itW8sZyrMs
— Mary K (@MadeMeJoin2Read) January 17, 2022
Great way to get rid of the awful teachers. Do it! pic.twitter.com/vVdoBzZQIS
— North Side Anthony 🇺🇸 (@chicagoanthony_) January 17, 2022
— careZt87💭 (@ca_m82) January 17, 2022
That's your choice, but the voters of Virgina chose elected him because they were sick and tired of schools, teachers' unions, and politicians telling them what is best for their own kids and that they were evil if they dared question them.
People like you are the reason he won.
— Justin Redalen (@Justinredalen) January 17, 2022
How’s the comment section lookin’ on this one??
— Jim (Sonar) (@f3sonar) January 17, 2022
Not too good for her.
So many cracks in the dam right now. Please keep it up. Before too long, we'll have vouchers.
— Jason (@oldwhiteninja) January 17, 2022
And? LOL! Jennifer Rubin’s attempt at lecturing Virginians about ‘getting what they voted for’ with Glenn Youngkin BACKFIRES spectacularly https://t.co/q1AbalUU7e
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 17, 2022