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A 10-year-old boy spoke out against mask mandates in front of his school board, and it was nothing short of epic. Watch as he was cheered on by those in attendance:
This 10 year-old boy just obliterated his school board’s mask mandate and calls out its unfairness and hypocrisy.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 18, 2021
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“It seems unfair that teachers take their masks off at recess while they yell at students that they need to pull theirs up,” the boy said. “I asked my mom if there was a word for that, and she said there is: hypocrisy.
“Wearing a mask all day makes me feel really tired,” he continued. “And they give me really bad headaches. I have a hard time focusing with the mask on.”
Us too, little man.
Here is where he brings it home:
“A few weeks ago, I ran into my teacher outside of school, and she didn’t recognize me because she’s never seen my face before. But I knew it was her because she sits at her desk a lot without a mask. I know my teacher has asthma, but I understand why it’s hard for her to wear a mask, and I think she should have that choice, but I should too.”
“I feel very anxious with my mask on. Please make masks optional so we can end our school year on a happy note,” the boy concluded.
And he’s damn right! Those are monstrous and honest statements from this 10-year-old kid. He didn’t insist that everyone should wear a mask like dictator Fauci and President Biden both did. He simply shared how masks make him feel and why certain people are led to make decisions that best work for their own lives. You know, how America operated since 1776 until roughly March of last year.
This child isn’t the only one who gets massive headaches wearing masks. Most of us with jobs spend hours masked up at work or on airplanes, and we feel those same pains. Meanwhile, Biden flies private and wears a mask only when he feels like pandering to beta males who strap their babies to their chest.
If only we had the luxury of choice, which is exactly what this young man calls for.