Watch: Student Destroys School Board With Sarcastic Speech Thanking Them for Masks

'Thank you for teaching students that our own mental health is much less important than making triple-vaccinated adults feel safe,' says Illinois student.

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A brave Illinois student has gone viral after she framed a speech to her school board as a sarcastic message of gratitude thanking them for failing to push back on the state’s mask mandate.

Naperville student Addison George’s speech, which took place on Tuesday, criticized the school district and her superintendent over their disregard of students’ mental health, and the board’s apparent submission to fear.

“Thank you school board and Superintendent Bridges for not using your power to push back on the State of Illinois about the mask mandate. We get to wear masks all day every day, now; isn’t that great?” George began her speech.

George went on to highlight the anxiety experienced by students who can’t read each other’s facial expressions, and thank the board for not seeking student input on the matter.

“Thank you for not reaching out to the students to ask how we feel about masks, because if you did the majority of students would say that they hate masks and then you might second-guess your decision to make us wear them,” she said, ridiculing the board.

“Thank you for teaching students that our own mental health is much less important than making triple-vaccinated adults feel safe,” she says elsewhere in her speech.

She concludes: “I ask you: don’t give in, stay strong, stay courageous, stay quiet, and let’s keep masks on kids forever.”

The young girl is being hailed as a model American for speaking up against the Covid tyrants on her school board and standing up for the rights of her fellow peers.

See the speech in full (at 14:10):

Read a transcript of Addison George’s amazing speech:

Hi, I’m Addison George and I’m here to say thank you.

Thank you school board and Superintendent Bridges for not using your power to push back on the State of Illinois about the mask mandate. We get to wear masks all day every day now; isn’t that great?

Thank you for forcing me to wear a mask so I no longer have to brush my teeth, or wash my face. Seriously, my life is so much easier.

I don’t wear glasses, but if I did I would thank you for concealing my eyes with the fog from my breath, too.

Thank you for teaching students that our own mental health is much less important than making triple-vaccinated adults feel safe.

Thank you for teaching me that even the most minute risk is not worth taking. Life is best when you take the path of least resistance with no chance of failure and definitely no chance of catching a cold.

Thank you for not reaching out to the students to ask how we feel about masks, because if you did the majority of students would say that they hate masks and then you might second-guess your decision to make us wear them.

Thank you for allowing me to experience the anxiety associated with never seeing facial expressions.

Thank you for teaching us that we should never question authority, or think critically, but instead we should follow whatever the people in charge tell us to do. Obedience is best. I realize now that thinking for yourself is overrated and not really necessary when you can just make decisions based on fear.

Thank you for pushing your irrational fears and anxieties on me, because I didn’t already have enough to worry about. I realize now how easy I had it when I only had to worry about my classes, my grades, SAT and getting into college.

Thank you for teaching me that being a morally superior person only requires that I cover my face for eight hours a day, and that the most morally superior people wear two masks, or even three masks.

As you know states around us Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota – which have two and a half times more students than Illinois – don’t force kids to mask. I’m with you, though. These states are out of control recklessly putting kids at risk of misery and death every day. Masks work even if these states have the same outcomes as Illinois.

Speaking of data, thank you for staying silent about masking, despite the fact that Covid a very high survival rate in kids my age.

Who needs data anyway, though? We all know that it will never be safe to see anyone’s face ever again.

Thank you for not challenging this irrational fear and ineffective code policy of masking, after all the 42 billion dollars spent in research by the NIH not one dollar went towards studying the mental health aspect of kids.

I ask you: don’t give in, stay strong, stay courageous, stay quiet, and let’s keep masks on kids forever. Thank you.


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