Psaki Says It’s Okay Schools Require Children Eat Outside In Frigid Temps, Parents Should Just Pack Extra Hats For Them To Keep Warm
Claims they want to get to point “you’re not adding two hats so that they’re warm outside for a snack.”
Good news! The Biden admin is totes fine with schoolchildren being forced to eat snacks and lunch outside in frigid temps. In fact, according to Jen Psaki, they are so cool with it that they suggest parents just pack an extra hat or two to keep them warm.
Psaki is asked about COVID rules for schools such as making children eat outside:
"These are steps that schools are taking to keep kids safe, and I think the vast majority of parents appreciate that." pic.twitter.com/YBSaeT9KLT
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) December 10, 2021
Psaki is typically spewing word soup here, but it sounds to me like she’s suggesting packing two hats in a backpack for these barbarous winter dining torture sessions. Would this be in addition to the one that the child presumably wears to school? What about underprivileged children whose parents can’t afford even one hat for them? Guess that’s just too bad, so sad, to the child abuser Democrats.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested Friday that it is OK for kids to eat their lunches outside in cold temperatures in an effort to maintain safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asked whether the White House wanted school children to “get back to a more normal school experience,” Psaki insisted schools are having children practice social distancing measures, mask up, and eat their snacks and lunch in frigid outdoor temperatures in an effort to “keep their kids safe and keep students safe.”
. . . . Psaki said the Biden administration hopes to get to a “point of normalcy for everybody.”
“Obviously, we want to get to a point where we’re turning to a version of normalcy for everybody, right,” Psaki told reporters. “Where you’re not sending your kids backpack with 7 extra masks, right, or you’re not adding two hats so that they’re warm outside for a snack. There’s no question that’s the case.”
Don’t try this at home, though, as I’m pretty sure that forcing your child to eat outside during the dead of winter would be frowned upon and may even land you in court . . . or jail.DONATE
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