Welp, here we go: L.A. public schools will require all students to get the Covid vaccine before returning to class

Jan 12th

Oh you don't believe me? Read for yourself, Jack:

The Los Angeles Unified School District is the 2nd largest district in America and enrolls over 600,000 students in kindergarten through twelfth grade at over 1,000 schools. They're all gonna have to get the Rona Poke if they wanna continue going to school there in person.

Are we all ignoring the fact that schools — especially below middle school — have been proven to NOT spread the virus? And even Dr. Fauci said so?

Are we all ignoring the fact that this is a vaccine that has been thrown together in record time without any of the standard time-testing that all other vaccines get — which is why tons of healthcare professionals are refusing to get it?

Are we all ignoring the fact that these are KIDS? Listen, I get it, if I'm 80 years old, I'm getting the vaccine. Hit me with it. Because if I get Covid I'm in trouble. And what do I have to worry about long term risks from the vaccine? I don't have a "long term" anymore. I'm 80 friggin years old.

But these are young kids who have their whole lives in front of them. What if, God forbid, some medium-term effects begin manifesting from the vaccine? They'll have to deal with them their whole lives.

I am no anti-vaxxer. But if this happens in my kids' school district, it's private-school time. Period end of story.


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