CA Middle School Forces Unmasked Students to Sit On Curb, Unsupervised – Opinion

Students across California aren’t taking it anymore, and administrators are becoming increasingly evil and dangerous in their retaliation. Friday morning a group of students in the San Juan Unified School District showed up unmasked to protest mask mandates that they’re forced to endure while the man who instituted them gallivants around the state flashing his unmasked pearly whites, and they were kicked to the curb.

They were actually sent to the curb to unsupervisedly sit on a street corner near school grounds. Given the trajectory of school administrator abuse in this country, a literal “kicking” to the curb isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

One mother posted this video showing her brave students telling their stories.

“The first student” was the answer.

My name is Caden. We’re at Andrew Carnegie Middle School, and we’re here because we got kicked out of class for not wearing a mask and protecting our rights. We were standing outside the office after we brought our masks to class. Then we were kicked out the office. And then once we got kicked out of the office they said to go sit outside by the curb, and that’s where we are now.

Others joined in, saying, “We’re right by the street.” “Nobody is supervising us either.” “None of the staff has come out here to try to supervise us.”

This is child harm, plain and simple.

An ad released Thursday by N2 America really puts what’s been done to our children into focus. The pain is clearly in focus.

These children have shown more courage and fortitude than about 90 percent of the adults in this country, and it’s glaringly apparent at this point that all school administrators want is the flow of money and the perpetuation of their authoritarian regimes. It seems that the revolution has already begun.

(As of the time of publication, the school district hasn’t made a statement.)

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