Yet another heartbreaking video is making the rounds on social media, showing a young toddler being forced into wearing a mask against his will.
This one was shared by the mother of the toddler.
The video shows daycare workers continually forcing a mask on a screaming young boy.
The child keeps taking the mask off while a voice can be heard telling him to put it back on.
The poor child looks horrified throughout the entire video.
Several prominant conservatives have responded to the video, calling it child abuse.
The Gateway Pundit has more on this disturbing video:
New York’s mask policy mandates children two years and up wear a face mask.
A viral video posted to Facebook by a woman named Ann Walker shows her crying toddler at a daycare in New York being forced to wear a face mask.
“This is my poor kid at daycare today so I can work. #breaksmyheart #governorhochulthiswontwork #whyarewepunishingbabies.” the mother said blaming New York’s newly sworn in Governor for the authoritarian mask mandate.
Most agree. This is child abuse.
Such incidents are becoming far too common...
These incidents are not limited to just preschools or daycares.
Many videos have surfaced showing families getting kicked off of flights because their children, sometimes as young as two years old, couldn't keep their masks on.
Rand Paul spoke out against masking children as well, and shared an article from the New York Post which claims that there is no science behind young children wearing masks.
These incidents are happening dispite the fact that there is no credible evidence that masks are effective for young children.
More on that lack of evidence from our friends at the New York Post:
Yes, the Centers for Disease Control bureaucrats — with the White House pushing for advice that will please the teachers unions — recommend masking for all schoolkids (and faculty), even down to preschool. But the World Health Organization says under-6s shouldn’t mask.
Crucially, most of Europe doesn’t require it — and it hasn’t been a problem. Spain, France and Italy don’t require 5-and-unders to mask; Britain has done away with masks in schools entirely. And none has seen any spike in juvenile cases as a result.
Young children, as the world has known for months now, just aren’t prone to contract or transmit the coronavirus. Even the few who contract it are rarely symptomatic.
And masking is terrible for many of them: They’re still at a stage of growth where seeing faces and expressions is vital to developing cognitive and social skills. Children with certain disabilities, in particular, need to see teachers’ faces and lips to learn.
And the CDC’s own research indicates masks do nothing for kids: Its key study in December failed to show a statistically significant benefit to masking kids in school. And a former dean of Harvard Medical School, Jeffrey Flier, noted recently, “We lack credible evidence for benefits of masking kids aged 2 to 5, despite what the American Academy of Pediatrics says.”