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SCASD Unmask Our Kids campaign - update
8:00 a.m. Monday, February 28, has come and gone, and the State College Area School District has not repealed its board-approved, administration-enforced child-abusive Covid-19 “mitigation” policies and practices.
Over the weekend, the parents group circulated emails trying to understand the metrics allegedly used by CDC, school districts, universities like Penn State, municipalities, etc. to make policy and practice decisions.
Things like low, medium and high community transmission rates. Things like low, medium and high community test positivity rates. Things like community hospital admissions and Covid-19 bed occupancy rates.
Several concluded that it’s all bullshit.
Which it is.
And has been since the very beginning: the February 5, 2020 day when Anthony Fauci was writing private email to a worried friend (former US Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell), saying that community-level masking of healthy people is useless for control of aerosol-borne respiratory infections.
On the other hand, as they knew then and know even better now, community-level masking is an excellent tool for fear-based suppression of rational thinking and information-sharing at the community level.
I’ll be working today to figure out the procedure for filing claims with the insurance company. It will probably take a few days for me to understand the details and get a draft ready for parents and friends of SCASD schoolchildren to sign and submit. I’ll circulate the draft once it’s ready, hopefully by Wednesday morning (March 2).
On the police investigation of SCASD-sponsored child abuse, I submitted a copy of the notice of intent to file claim form to the SCPD on Wednesday afternoon last week, just after we delivered the stack to the SCASD offices.
The desk officer accepted the form and said he would give it to the chief of police.
So I will follow up with the police tomorrow morning (Tuesday), assuming SCASD will not repeal the child-abusing policies today and the kids will be forced to mask against their will again when they go back to school tomorrow.