Friday, August 28, 2020

Biden National Outdoor Mask Mandate Isn’t Just Unconstitutional, It’s Anti-Science; CA Schools Have Become ‘Netflix And Disney Plus.’ Parents Are Taking Legal Action, and Other C-virus Updates

Biden National Outdoor Mask Mandate Isn’t Just Unconstitutional, It’s Anti-Science:
Earlier this month, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and running mate Sen. Kamala Harris endorsed a three-month federal mask mandate that would require Americans even outdoors to strap on a face mask or risk prosecution.
“Every single American should be wearing a mask when they’re outside for the next three months, at a minimum. Every governor should mandate mandatory mask-wearing,” Biden said at his first joint appearance his vice-presidential running mate. “Let’s institute a mask mandate nationwide starting immediately, and we will save lives.”
A new paper out this week shows Biden’s plan for a federal mask mandate isn’t just unconstitutional, however, but also anti-science. According to researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the United Kingdom in a paper released Thursday examining several metrics of social distancing, being outside presents almost no risk of contracting the novel Wuhan coronavirus on its own. --->READ MORE HERE
Under Gov. Newsom’s Rules, School Has Become ‘Netflix And Disney Plus.’ Parents Are Taking Legal Action
California students have officially kicked off their school year, but they’ve hardly gone “back to school.” Thanks to Gov. Gavin Newsom, 34 counties are on the so-called state monitoring list as of this writing, meaning children in those counties are barred from attending in-person classes.
In coordination with the Dhillon Law Group, a band of California parents filed a lawsuit with a U.S. District Court challenging the Democrat governor’s mandate and seeking injunctive relief. At the time of the mandate, the monitoring list encompassed approximately 80 percent of California schools, including more than 1,000 districts comprising more than 10,500 schools and 6.1 million students. Despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention urging schools to reopen and Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo announcing New York schools could reopen, Newsom didn’t budge.
“A one-size-fits-all solution is not the correct approach,” Petrilla, a father in south Orange County and one of the plaintiffs in the case, told The Federalist. “We really need to have these decisions at the district level because there are nearly 30 school districts in Orange County and they all have vastly different demographics, different population densities, different case numbers, and so for the governor to take this away from the local districts really doesn’t make sense.”
Erica Sephton, another plaintiff and a registered Democrat from Murrieta, California, whose daughter is starting transitional kindergarten this year, agrees. “How is it that one man thinks he knows what’s best for more than 40 million people?” Sephton asked. “While Gov. Cuomo has made his share of mistakes dealing with the coronavirus, at least he recognizes that with a decision this important, there has to be meaningful input from the parents and local districts at the ground level.” --->READ MORE HERE
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