These teachers simply don’t want to go back to school and have to “babysit” peoples kids for as long as they can get away with getting paid for doing nothing. Or very little in the virtual classes. These teachers need to suck it up. This is getting ridiculous. They are opposing re-opening the schools for no other reason than that. We saw that an entire board of school officials were forced to resign after making fun of parents for wanting the schools to re-open. No wonder I learned nothing at public school. These teachers just don’t give a fuck.
Why haven’t any leftists gotten on this Berkeley gem for cultural appropriation for those ridiculous dread-locks? Why a whiney-voiced Caucasian Teachers Union ass-clown like that is able to get away appropriating black culture by wearing that outrageous hair style while also acting as a two-faced advocate for the continued closure of public schools as he brings his own child to private school every day in a blatant and disrespectful act of hypocrisy, is something you’d have to ask the residents of that school district. Looks to me like this man needs to have his life ruined. The leftist Gestapo has ruined people’s lives over far less. This guy actually deserves their wrath. We’ll be waiting.
Source: by PATRICK HOWLEY | National File | March 1, 2021
Union Boss BUSTED Sending Own Child To Private School While Pushing School Closure. Shameless.
by PATRICK HOWLEY March 1, 2021
Berkeley Federation of Teachers president Matt Meyer was busted on camera taking his own child to preschool while also arguing alongside his fellow union apparatchiks to try to keep schools closed for other people.
Teacher unions have been shaking down Joe Biden for dirty COVID cash and pushing extended school closures.
“If you want to do the CDC recommendations around physical distancing, you probably need to hire more educators, and you probably need to pay for doubling the amount of school buses, you might need to double the number of bus drivers. And that costs money,” American Federation of Teachers spokesman Andrew Crook stated.
“State and local leaders cannot pick and choose which guidelines to follow and which students get resources to keep them safe. And too many schools do not have in place the basic protections that the CDC has said are universally required,” National Education Association (NEA) president Beck Pringle stated.
Meanwhile, children are suffering as parents who appear to believe the media and institutions lock them in isolation in their own homes.