Rep Madison Cawthorn rushes a school committee meeting to berate members for passing the mask mandate
Rep. Madison Cawthorn rushed a school committee meeting to yell at board members for passing a mask mandate for schools.
Madison Cawthorn overthrew the Buncombe, NC school committee meeting tonight, berating members for passing a mask mandate: "You sacrificed the social, emotional, and psychological development of our children on the altar of wakefulness." https://t.co/zWEM9Ngn7B
Rep. Cawthorn said that Buncombe, NC School Board that they muzzled children by requiring them to wear masks.
The Congressman added: "You have sacrificed the social, emotional and psychological development of our children on the altar of wakefulness. This school council has no right to wrest responsibility from the citizens. The family should always stand before the government. They don't know any better than the parents in my district …. The greatest threat to our children today is not COVID-19. It comes from bright liberal government officials like you who think they are all-knowing and all-wise. "
Protecting children from COVID is now a major government interference
Rep. Cawthorn's argument is that parents have the right to spread COVID and give it to their children. Cawthorn argues that parents have the right to potentially kill their children and other innocent children who might go to school with unmasked infected children.
Cawthorn's comments were a modern conservative ideology taken to the most delusional extreme. Parents cannot choose during a pandemic. Public health comes before personal responsibility.
Republicans argue that children's health should be sacrificed for political gain.
The Republican Party is now the Child Risk COVID Party.
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