You don’t have to like what I’m about to say, but these people who still think masks need to be worn in every aspect of your daily life are part of a cult. It’s gotta be a cult. I mean, at what point has wearing a mask prevented any of what has happened in the last almost two years from happening? Yet, I still see people driving by themselves with the windows up and wearing a mask. Who are you catching "the coof" from?
Even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported back in March that the difference between wearing a mask and not wearing one is less than two percent — on the high end.
So it should come as no surprise that four parents in Georgia are suing the Cobb County school district for NOT requiring children wear masks.
According to The Washington Times:
The suit was filed Friday in federal court in Atlanta. It says the 107,000-student suburban Atlanta district is violating federal law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Those laws govern how students with disabilities are treated in public schools.
“Rather than using the known and available tools to mitigate the threat of COVID-19 and protect plaintiffs’ access to school services, programs, and activities, the district has acted with deliberate indifference to plaintiffs’ rights to inclusion, health, and education,” the complaint alleges[…]
The lawsuit asks that U.S. District Judge Timothy Batten Sr. order the district to follow CDC guidelines, including not only on masks but on issues like ventilation, physical distancing and contact tracing. It also asks for monetary damages and attorney’s fees. It also asks Batten to issue a temporary restraining order as soon as possible.
How about the right not to have the government mandate health decisions for you? “Indifference” is how I want the government to act on most things, but particularly how I take care of myself.
I guess people like to be sheep and have their government rule over them.
If you want to wear a mask, wear a mask. There will be no shaming on my part towards those people. That’s your right to choose whether or not you wear one. But to try and force the government to mandate that I wear one against my will is an infringement on my rights. So don’t be surprised if legal action is taken against people like this for the opposite reason.
Just because an individual is paranoid about something, doesn’t mean that they have the right to make everyone else as paranoid as they seem to be.