Laura Ingraham opened her present Thursday by reacting to an announcement by a main Virginia college district that it wouldn’t return to pre-coronavirus operations when class resume within the fall.
“For decades, Democrats have tried to convince women that they care more about them and the children than Republicans care,” Ingraham started. “Properly, it is all the time been a lame marketing campaign tactic and it is all the time pegged to these tedious cliches and to their assist for issues like abortion and meals stamps. In the meantime, Republicans suppose ladies worth issues like, I do not know, prosperity, a good job and secure streets.
“But that’s not all,” she added. “Mothers and fathers, of course, also greatly value education. And anyone who has or has had children knows there’s no substitute for in-person learning from teachers in an actual school with peers and extracurricular activities.”
Ingraham emphasised that in-person education advantages mother and father as nicely as their kids.
“Millions of American students, exhausted parents coast-to-coast, and — especially — mothers are really anxious about what the fall will bring for their children and themselves,” she mentioned. “As moms who work outside the home are beginning to head back into the office, they need to know that their sons and daughters will be heading back to school Monday through Friday.”
The host then turned to what she known as the “shocking” situation in Fairfax County, Va., “one of the most affluent and populous suburbs of Washington, D.C.”
“Families are given two options: Enrolling their kids in 100 percent online classes four days per week or in-person classes for just two days a week,” Ingraham mentioned. “Now, with the latter option, kids will have to remain six feet apart at all times, [with] daily health screenings and regular hand-washing and sanitizing.”
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In accordance to Ingraham, the transfer by “Democrat-controlled” Fairfax County Public Schools flies within the face of proof that kids are extremely unlikely to develop into contaminated with COVID-19 or transmit it to their friends or adults.
“If parents want to keep their kids at home, they should have the option and they should be able to do that,” she concluded. “However the overwhelming majority of Individuals haven’t got the posh to give up their jobs or the ability and endurance required to train their youngsters at house, not to mention a number of kids in several grades.
“Now, if already stressed-out parents and isolated children are forced back into this situation again, the one they just got out of from the spring, expect a difficult situation to get worse and dramatically so.”