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DC Mayor Set To Ban 40% Of Black Students From Taxpayer-Funded Education With Mandates

For all of the talk about how Donald Trump,  Ron DeSantis, or Insert-Name-Here Republican is a dictatorial fascist, it’s important to highlight that nothing compares to the wickedness of Democrat tyrants. 

Muriel Bowser is a far-left lunatic. Time and again, she has taken the most extreme and absurd positions on everything from D.C. statehood and BLM terrorism, but nothing tops her diabolical commitment to Covid tyranny.

She mandated vaccines, masks, and passports throughout her jurisdiction, rendering the nation’s capital a bastion for anti-science and anti-liberty oppression. Now, over two years into the charade of a deadly world pandemic, Bowser is taking the most extreme position yet.

According to the Daily Signal, Bowser has given all public and private students just twenty days from the start of the school year to get jabbed or get tossed to the streets. She also made sure to note that unlike districts across the country, there will be no virtual option. Despite the capabilities – and demand – readily existing, Bowser has gone full dictator with her evil vaccine mandates.

“The District of Columbia does not appear to have a contingency plan for unvaccinated students, who are banned from attending schools in person this fall after the first 20 days, according to comments made by Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser Thursday. 

During a press conference, Bowser, a Democrat, admitted there are no alternative options, including virtual learning, for students who cannot attend school due to the District’s vaccine mandate, meaning unvaccinated children will effectively be left without an education.” 

The Daily Signal highlights one fact in particular, namely that 40% of black students in the district are unvaccinated. This single reality flies in the face of all the white supremacy nonsense being hurled around in the corrupt public education sector. Every time teachers, their unions, or their Democrat politicians say they care about students, just ask how this policy juxtaposes their stated values.

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“Over 40% of blacks ages 12-17 are not vaccinated, according to city data. 

The Daily Signal asked Bowser what the plan was for unvaccinated students. Washington, D.C., public schools start Monday.  

Bowser responded, “They can go to school on Monday. But they need to get their vaccinations … and their families will be alerted as to the dates.””

Statistically speaking, I doubt those black students were doing much of anything anyways, but that misses the point. A single lunatic is able to unilaterally remove access to taxpayer-funded, public institutions on a whim. This precedent isn’t new, but it’s particularly appalling so far into this plandemic.

I can’t even believe we have to say this: Vaccines failed. Heck, even social media is backing off from its censorship of Covid-related topics. And we know vaccines are failing when we see the media trying to blame Donald Trump for them. 

They don’t stop transmission. They don’t stop infection. They are incredibly dangerous to young people, males in particular. There is absolutely no rationale to this policy, other than subjecting her citizens to abject cruelty and punishment. 

This is the hallmark of dictatorship and she deserves not just to be recalled from her position, but sent to prison for her anti-liberty, anti-human stance.

Hailey Sanibel fiercely loves freedom. She equally detests evil and stupidity, both of which are out of control in the modern world. She is a regular contributor at The Blue State Conservative.

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