HUGE! — President Trump: If Schools Do not Reopen Their Funding Should Go to the Parents (VIDEO)

Elementary school children boarding school bus, Mount Shasta, California

Most US schools have been closed since March due to the Wuhan Coronavirus.

Democrats want to keep the schools closed.
They say its because of coronavirus.
But it’s only because of politics.

So far this year, via the CDC— since February, there have been 226 deaths of children and young adults under age 24 in the United States caused by coronavirus or possibly linked to coronavirus.  The last full flu season from 2018-2019, via the CDC, saw 477 deaths of children and young adults under age 17 in the United States from the seasonal flu.

That means nearly twice as many children died from the seasonal flu last year as from the China Coronavirus this year.

The media won’t tell you this.

The COVID-19 is LESS DANGEROUS to children than a typical influenza!


And yet CDC officials are still scaring Americans over the reopening of schools this fall!
We need better “experts” in this country today.

On Thursday President Trump told reporters that if schools do not reopen this fall the federal funding should go to the parents who have to adjust their lives to tend to their children at home.

Of course, Trump is right.

President Trump: “If schools do not reopen the funding should go to parents to send their child to public, private, religious or home school of their choice. The key word being ‘choice.'”

Watch the Teachers Unions lose their minds!

Several school districts across the US are already planning on remaining closed this fall.

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