Here are two photos that expose the virus theater going on right now with masks in school. . .
Here’s Alberto Carvalho and students all maskless on one of his last days on the job as the head of Miami-Dade Public Schools. . .
The last school bell has rung for me as Superintendent of @MDCPS. There is a degree of heartbreak as I leave this community that I've loved for so many years. The future looks bright for the youth of Miami-Dade, & I can't wait to read about all the successes in the years to come. pic.twitter.com/dttbKCHf3u
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@LAUSDSup) February 11, 2022
. . .and here he is taking his first tour as the new head of the Los Angeles Unified School District. For some reason, masks are needed outdoors in Los Angeles and not in Miami:
Superintendent @LAUSDSup met with @MACESmagnet ASB students, visited a computer science classroom, and engaged in conversation with students during lunch. #MaywoodCenterforEnrichedStudiesMagnet #Maywood #studentlife pic.twitter.com/9aznXVrgsg
— LAUSD Region East (@LASchoolsEast) February 17, 2022
As we told you yesterday, despite the county ending the outdoor mask requirement in Los Angeles schools, Carvalho is keeping it in place for now:
Update on outdoor mask mandate. pic.twitter.com/3dBNEbYqhJ
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@LAUSDSup) February 16, 2022
Bonus hypocrisy: He often didn’t wear a mask indoors while on the job in Miami, too:
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@LAUSDSup) February 12, 2022
It’s all theater.
After 70,000+ enjoyed a maskless Super Bowl in L.A., the L.A. Times says kids should keep wearing masks in school because they're 'used to' it https://t.co/BsOjpo1HL5
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 15, 2022