On Sunday, Senator Tim Kaine came out to address that President Trump is pushing to reopen schools this fall in spite of the current pandemic.
After letting us all know how distressed he was, he went on MSNBC “Kasie DC” and questioned if parents should trust their local school officials or Trump.
Sunday, Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) addressed President Donald Trump and his administration’s approach to reopening schools in the fall amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Kaine on MSNBC’s “Kasie DC” questioned if parents are more likely to trust local school officials or Trump, who he said “has preached quack medicine,” when it comes to safely reopening schools.
“I am really distressed with the way the administration is handling this,” Kaine told host Kasie Hunt. “The question is not whether schools will reopen. They will reopen in the fall. The question is will they reopen online or in-person or in some combination. Who do parents of school-age kids trust to make that decision? Do they trust local principals and superintendents or school boards, or do they trust Donald Trump and Betsy DeVos Donald Trump has preached quack medicine. Donald Trump denied this was a health problem. Donald Trump wouldn’t wear the mask until the sixth month of this crisis. Donald Trump makes his own supporters sign liability waivers before they attend campaign rallies.”
“Who would parents of school-age kids trust, school board members or Donald Trump? It’s not a hard question. Parents trust local officials, and I think local officials will get this right,” he added.
Well, Mr. Kaine, I would say that I, as a parent, would rather listen to Trump, who has a whole team of medical professionals then a school board who has none, but has shown to be highly political.
One has to love the outrage of the left, they scream that we aren’t listening to science, but you quickly find out when listening to them they have a select group of scientist, ones that are highly political, these you must listen to, others, the ones that actually look at all the data coming in, you can’t listen to them.