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The Public School System Doesn’t Exist for the Students. It Exists for the Teachers’ Unions

You can follow the bouncing ball of Biden’s shifting promises, reopen schools in 100 days, 1 day a week in 100 days, some elementary schools someday, and his administration’s manipulation of the CDC guidance which shifted dramatically from allowing schools to reopen, to putting as many barriers as possible in the way of reopening by adopting the talking points of teachers’ unions about ventilation systems.

The Democrats claim to care about black people. Keeping public schools closed disproportionately hurts black people. But so do most Democrat policies.

The public school system, a broken monstrosity that has sucked up infinite amounts of money (remember the time that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped $100 million into Newark schools hoping to fix them and the money vanished instantly like a rock falling into the ocean) and shaped the demographics of America, doesn’t exist for the benefit of students, but for the teachers’ unions.

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