This video is an 8 year old speaking at a school board meeting.
School board speech by Florida 2nd grader who was suspended 36 times for not wearing a mask:
Legend 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/SjEAhuQuP8
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) November 10, 2021
She has been suspended over 30 times for refusing to wear a mask and she persisted. Her persistence paid off. The school board has since rescinded the mask mandate. This little girl won a great victory for human rights. Once more we see children standing up and doing what adults are too cowardly to do. Adults are supposed to protect children not the other way around.
3 generations ago hard men and women went to war against tyranny. They faced incredible hardship and prevailed. They did something that by today’s standard is simply incredible. Battles were fought by men. At no time did they insist that children should be sent to the front lines in order to protect adults. That is something that the soy-boys of the subsequent generations will never understand and it shows.
It has been said “Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.” There are differing opinions of the origin but the quote is 100% true. The hard times of World War 2 created strong men who went on to create very good times. The post war era was perhaps the greatest period of prosperity in history. Those good times have created 3 generations of soy boys that led us to where we are today.
We have had so few problems since WW2 that the soy boys had to invent them. Now we are afraid of warm weather and flu season. Worse than that, when confronted with these imaginary dragons we hold children up as shields. Children had to wear masks and get vaccinated to protect adults. We may as well have led them to the tops of volcanos and cut their hearts out to appease the virus gods.
This little girl should be celebrated. All of the adults that stood around and watched her do all the heavy lifting need to be ridiculed. It is way past time for the soy boys to grow up and be adults. Even the ones in their 60s.