Forcing a child to wear a face mask is abuse.
Children have virtually zero risk of severe COVID-19 complications, and masks don’t work anyway.
They’re useless at stopping viral spread and negatively impact children’s health.
Just a handful of negative health consequences include:
-Inhibited oxygen intake
It’s dangerous and counterproductive to force masks onto children, yet school boards around America continue abusing our kids.
America is an outlier on masking children as most European countries don’t enforce child mask mandates.
But our school boards persist in abusing the children.
Even in Florida, where Governor DeSantis banned school mask mandates, the school boards continue abusing children.
One infuriating incident from Brevard County should enrage any parent, especially those with special needs children.
The situation involves school employees who attempted to force a female nonverbal down syndrome student to wear a face mask.
I have a personal connection with special needs individuals, and they won’t wear a facial covering.
But that didn’t stop a group of school employees from forcing the young girl to wear a mask by any means necessary.
The child abusers used nylon rope to tie the mask around her face every day for six weeks.
For six weeks these child abusers tortured this little girl.
The girl’s father only discovered the abuse when the school employees forgot to remove the rope one day before sending her home.
And her father was rightfully enraged watching his daughter get off the bus with the mask tied tightly around her face.
Watch below for more info:
Brevard County Florida school employees used nylon rope to tie a mask onto a female nonverbal down syndrome student every day for 6 weeks. One day they forgot to remove it and sent her home, which is how her dad found out. pic.twitter.com/mReu9OqxdJ
— Nashville Angela (@Angelasfreenews) October 23, 2021
There’s a special place in hell for the child abusers who tortured this young girl for six weeks.
And the Brevard County School Board should be ashamed of themselves for enabling child abuse.
Yes a 7 year old girl with Down Syndrome in Brevard County. An abusive school employee was tying a mask to her face with a rope. Disgusting.
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 (@ChristinaPushaw) October 20, 2021
— STATE OF US ALL (@StateofusAll) October 24, 2021
Brevard County…… Enough said!
EVIL! SICKENING! DISGUSTING!
Criminals! They should be jailed for child abuse.
Sue the hell out of the school district! https://t.co/TNugjsR0B2
— 🇺🇸 Pismo 🇺🇸 (@Pismo_B) October 23, 2021
The actions of the Brevard County schools and the teachers responsible for this child are dispicable. Every action should be made to make sure this never happens to another child, especially a nonverbal, special needs child that depends on others to be her voice and protect her. https://t.co/xHWF2uHxAQ
— Elizabeth Fetterhoff (@BetterWFetter) October 21, 2021
A Brevard County Father is still fuming after his special needs child with Down syndrome came home with a mask tied tightly around her head. Late Friday @BrevardSchools added an opt-out policy. The district is investigating.https://t.co/TLmgB5BxzI
— Ryan Elijah FOX 35 (@ryanelijah) October 23, 2021
FOX 35 Orlando reported:
The father of a special needs child with Down syndrome is speaking out, still fuming that his 7-year-old daughter came home from Ocean Breeze Elementary School with a mask tied around her head.
“I was so angry so I waited four days from Thursday 7th to Tuesday after Columbus Day because I really need to calm down,” said Jeff Steel. “When this child got off the bus and had the mask it was tied around the back of her head underneath her ponytail and it was quite tight around her face.”
He said it was so tight, his daughter Sophia struggled to communicate and breathe.
“Medically, she could aspirate. She could asphyxiate all sorts of medical things that could happen and because of her breathing because of her enlarged tongue could cause seizures,” Steele said.
The father said he always assumed Sophia was exempt from the mask mandate because of her disability. He’s furious no one from the school ever called him.
“Why in the world, since the mandate happened back in September and you were going to begin to put this on my child then tie it on my child, would you never pick up the phone and call me and ask me to give me my informed consent?” Steele asked.