The cruel and inhumane masking of children is on its way out

You think your child does not mind wearing a dirty face diaper?

Check out the response when kids in Nevada are informed the mask mandate is ending.

As a father of five children, I can tell you it is of course wonderful to see their joyous reaction. Few things in life are more precious than the excitement of young children.

But we should never forget — NEVER — the cruel and inhumane politicians, health leaders and teachers unions who forced our kids to wear these unnecessary filthy rags for nearly two years. In the meantime, liberate your children — take off the face coverings immediately. Your children will thank you.

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About Geoff B.

Geoff B graduated from Stanford University (class of 1985) and worked in journalism for several years until about 1992, when he took up his second career in telecommunications sales. He has held many callings in the Church, but his favorite calling is father and husband. Geoff is active in martial arts and loves hiking and skiing. Geoff has five children and lives in Colorado.

6 thoughts on “The cruel and inhumane masking of children is on its way out

  1. And the tragedy is some friends of mine are now afraid to not wear one. Any facts to the contrary are tainted with politicized rhetoric.

    Over the next decade(s) our civilization will pay dearly for these sins.

  2. Throughout history humans have displayed two conflicting innate biases. One is to protect and defend children and recognize they are the next generation. The other is to treat children as commodities that can be be bartered, traded and sacrificed for some greater public purpose. It is true the more civilized a people, the better it treats its children. The way most Americans have treated children during Covid is cause for great concern about the future of American society.

    “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” ~Nelson Mandela

  3. Not that the mask requirement was ever about science, but this just released study shows that 70 percent of masks have fungus. Gross!

    “Out of 50 masks, fungal contamination was seen in 35/50 (70%) masks, with Aspergillus sp. being isolated from 26/50 (52%) masks and Mucorales being isolated from 9/50 (18%) of the masks. Aspergillus niger, Rhizopus a rrhizus and Syncephalastrum sp. were the most common species isolated.”

  4. @Geoff, I wonder if the teachers’ unions pushed for continuing remote-learning, and then for continued mask-wearing back in the classroom, because many teachers, especially the ones active in union leadership, are…. (excuse me) …. obese ? Not all of course, but have you seen video of teacher union members engaged in public protesting?

    Teachers know first hand how un-hygienic most kids are. And so many are obese making them at high risk for adverse outcomes if they catch covid.

    IMO, it was never about protecting the kids, or the kids’ grannies. It was self-preservation.

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