Disturbing videos from high schools in blue states going viral show unhinged teachers discussing measures to segregate unmasked students from the rest of the class and punishing them for not masking up.
One Tik Tok video from Woodgrove High School in Purcellville, Virginia, shows a teacher telling unmasked students they will only get 15 minutes to eat lunch instead of the usual 30 minutes.
“Other kids get a thirty minute lunch? Why do we only get fifteen minutes?” one students asks.
“I don’t want to have to quarantine anybody,” the teacher says to groans.
A Virginia high school has reportedly been segregating masked and unmasked students since @GlennYoungkin’s new masking order took effect.
Here a teacher tells the unmasked group that they will only get a 15 minute lunch while the rest of the school gets 30 minutes: pic.twitter.com/IF9EsUXcYl
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) January 25, 2022
The video ends with several students complaining amongst themselves about the discriminatory treatment.
Governor Glenn Youngkin (R-Va.) issued an executive order earlier this month prohibiting Virginia schools from enforcing mandatory masking.
“A child whose parent has elected that he or she is not subject to a mask mandate should not be required to wear a mask under any policy implemented by a teacher, school, school district, the Department of Education, or any other state authority,” the order stated.
But some schools are breaking the law defying Youngkin’s order, with several districts suing his administration for making masks optional.
Meanwhile, video from New York shows Taylor Elementary School Principal Telcie Pincelli explaining to a father that his son will be segregated from the rest of the class for not wearing a mask.
“Just know that, if he’s segregated and treated differently than any other student we will be contacting our lawyer, and we will be coming to sue the school district,” the father responds.
“I understand. I understand. I know,” Pincelli says.
“Denying him an education just because he’s not wearing a mask is completely illegal,” he adds.
“I understand,” Pincelli says.
The New York Supreme Court ruled Monday that unelected Democrat Governor Kathy Hochul’s statewide mask mandate was unconstitutional, a judge granted a Democrat motion Tuesday allowing the mandate to continue while the appeal process works its way through.
CDC data clearly shows children and young people are the least at-risk group to COVID-19, completely invaliding radical leftist schools’ logic to keep masks mandatory.