Conservative Actor Rob Schneider Says This is “Child Abuse”…Do You Agree?

COVID-19 has completely reprogrammed the American psyche when it comes to illness.

If you had told us two years ago that we would be forced to stay home and wear a mask in public due to a virus, many would’ve laughed in your face.

But the reality is that with COVID, America and many other parts of the world went from zero to one hundred on preventative measures.

But there’s one measure that’s starting to cross the line and conservative actor Rob Schneider had some choice words about it.

In the video, the teacher lamented how the school board spent up to $5 million on plexiglass and safety measures without seeming to consider the practicality of teaching in such an environment.

“This is my classroom. I have a rather large classroom compared to the other classrooms in our building. But I have 28 desks in here right now, if we go back [to] five days a week, I’ll have 30 or 32 with the kids coming back from virtual,” said the teacher.

“This is the middle seat of the back row of my classroom, this is their view of the board,” she said. “So I’m just wondering, when we ordered this $5 million worth of plexiglass, did we have a classroom of 28 desks set up to where school board members could sit in them and see what this was really going to be like? Because I’m still trying to figure out how, in between my classes, am I supposed to disinfect, how I’m supposed to hear my students when they’re in the back of the room wearing a mask behind all this plexiglass?”

As The Daily Wire reported, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that students can return to school without mass teacher vaccination so long as masks are mandatory.

“I’m a strong advocate of teachers receiving their vaccinations, but we don’t believe it’s a prerequisite for schools to reopen,” CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky told CNN on Sunday.

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