One of the main talking points among Democrats in order to keep the COVID-19 panic going is that it’s far too “dangerous” for our kids and everybody else to even consider starting in-person schooling in the fall. It’s gotten so dramatized that in Iowa some teachers have even been sending Iowa’s governor copies of their mock obituaries as a way of trying to point out how dangerous it would be to open schools.
At a House hearing today that also included testimony from Dr. Fauci, CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield poured some cold water on Democrats insisting that it isn’t the best interest of kids or anybody else to send them back to school:
WATCH: @CDCDirector Redfield testifies it's in the "best interest" for K-12 students to return to in-person learning.
— Face The Nation (@FaceTheNation) July 31, 2020