Making Children Wear Masks In The Classroom Is Child Abuse

A health report approved by the Irish government has determined that making children wear masks in the classroom can stunt language abilities and heighten anxiety.

The Health Information and Quality Authority’s paper published in March apprised Dublin’s decision not to mandate masks for children in elementary schools.

The HIQA paper recorded that delivery of COVID was low in schools and that young children found it challenging to wear face coverings correctly.

The scientists also gave evidence that masks had adverse psychological impacts, including causing distress and hindering the growth of language abilities.

Tucker Carlson drew attention to the report on his Fox News program, calling it child abuse to force young children to wear moist paper burkas, and he said, the question was, what was the advantage of doing it?

Tucker Carlson said that the Irish government looked into it and concluded there was no benefit, and that children in Ireland were not getting ill from COVID, and they weren’t transmitting COVID either.

And, in the end, based on the scientific study using the disappearing art of intelligent decision making, the Irish government refused to implement mask mandates in school.

The report determined that since the pandemic began the extent of transmission between children or onwards to households by children, had been low.

It said that while masks for adults were associated with lower transmission of COVID 19, the data revealed a decline in mask effectiveness amongst children, which may, in part, be due to diminished capacity to comply with face mask-wearing.

Furthermore, the paper went onto add that there was a concern about the possible harms associated with face mask use, for instance, anxiety or adverse impacts on the development of communication and language skills, especially for younger children.

In Britain, school children below the age of 12 had never been expected to wear masks throughout the pandemic, neither at school nor anywhere else.

Public Health England’s medical adviser Dr Susan Hopkins said in March that the consensus opinion was to not encourage schoolchildren at primary school age, 12 and under to wear face coverings, and that was for two reasons, firstly they could have difficulty wearing them and keeping them all day, and the second part of that was that it was important they could see facial expressions, to strengthen their communication and language skills.

To be fair, it’s outrageous to even think of asking children to wear a mask, and it seems that sadly, people at the top pushing these vaccines and masks care nothing about our children, and it’s been destroying schools, and it’s dumbed everything down exponentially.

And with masking, children aren’t learning the very important non-verbal facial cues needed for good communication.

Can you imagine going to school and not even knowing what your teacher looks like because they always have a mask on? And don’t get me started on the hazardous germs that aren’t COVID that are on their masks.

Students should be able to see their teachers face and have a closer to normal school year, and for everyone reading who appears to be defending putting a mask on a young child, despite actual science and a medical study indicating strongly that not only is it unnecessary, but it’s also bad psychologically, and physically, when did it become okay to harm a child in order to protect adults?

This has nothing to do with our children’s health – it’s all a circus to show people that we have little control over the lives of our children, and this has been going on for some time now!

Published by Angela Lloyd

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