The Los Angeles Times is out with a new editorial arguing that the school mask mandate needs to stay in place:
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) February 15, 2022
You see, the kids are “used to wearing masks and seldom complain” so it’s really no big deal:
The LAT editorial board: "As we’ve noted before, kids are now used to wearing masks and seldom complain." pic.twitter.com/3JtnMh40v8
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) February 15, 2022
What’s funny about that, however, is that Alberto Carvalho, the new school superintendent, was often spotted without a mask indoors while making the rounds in his former capacity as the head of Miami-Dade Public Schools, so we’ll have to see just how fully he embrace’s this nonsense:
ICYMI==> New Los Angeles Unified School District superintendent spotted maskless inside a classroom on one of his last days on the job in Miami https://t.co/LtnFRMw5zk
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 8, 2022
The L.A. Times editorial is even crazier because of the maskless Super Bowl and NFC Championship game, which Jesse Aguilar, CTA Board of Directors, District H at California Teachers Association, seemed to really enjoy:
This California Teachers Association Board of Directors Member, Jesse Aguilar, isn’t interested in a “cautious” approach for adults, only our kids. This is Jesse Aguilar. He went to NFC championship game with 70k strangers – he is #DoneWithCovid but his Union wants kids masked. https://t.co/VOaoVhDeWL pic.twitter.com/mTUsYbwssq
— LA Parent Union #MomAnon (@UTLAUncensored) February 15, 2022
Here’s the original:
Make it stop!
The CTA said no to unmasking our kids, and the Governor dutifully obliged.
This is CTA board member Jesse Aguilar.
He thinks kids should continue to wear masks.
While he enjoys the Super Bowl without one. pic.twitter.com/B4YriHPPJ6
— Senator Melissa Melendez (@senatormelendez) February 15, 2022