UPDATE: Did I not tell you this would happen? DC Mayor Muriel Bowser’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate struck down so now delays enforcing Vaccine Mandate for Students when she barred them from school no vax
by Paul Alexander
It's not 'catch me if you can, it's 'stop me if you can; YES, we can stop you! I even think this judge gave her an out, for that school vaccine bull would have not stood; now delaying enforcement
Now DC kids have until Jan. 3, 2023 to get their shots. But no, parents must say NO, never, and stand firm and defend that hill! Sue!
DC mayor knew that by Monday morning coming, parents would have been on a war path and near 50% of the students in DC are black so we would have needed plenty of popcorn and beer to take in what was going to happen next when black students and their parents found out they could not send their kid to school and even if vaccinated, if it was not a fraud mRNA platform, then no dice, home time and NO remote learning options. Parents would have been toasty. DC mayor flinched, she chickened out! I knew it would have happened! Good riddance. That’s government people, actually are pusillanimous people.
Bowser needs to stop this crap and focus on putting all the illegals on a plane out of the US. That is what. Focus on the crime in DC. Focus on stopping the corruption in DC. Focus on what you will tell black and brown parents and all parents for that matter, what happened when their normally healthy child gets the COVID shot and dies, for it is coming and she will have lots of explaining to do.
‘Officials in Washington, D.C., are delaying enforcement of the school COVID-19 vaccine mandate after a federal judge struck down vaccination requirements for city workers.
Students aged 12 and older who do not receive a COVID-19 vaccine will not be barred from school until Jan. 3, 2023, the D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) said on Aug. 27.
Before the change, students who did not provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination were going to be prohibited from attending classes just 20 days after the school year started.’