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Monday, April 19, 2021

COVID-19 dictators are killing our kids

To the Editor:

The CDC, teachers unions, and the government have been psychologically crippling and literally killing our school age children by ordering non-scientific based school shutdowns. Approximately 60 percent of our schools are still closed.
The second leading cause of death for 10 to 24 year olds is suicide. The rate of suicides for this group is rising as are the rates for psychological visits. The CDC’s advice on youth suicides is don’t talk about them. It’s a “rare act” and publicity leads to “suicide contagion.” Teachers demand mass vaccinations and more money. Kind of stupid, isn’t it?
Aren’t we already paying their full salary for not working and the CDC says don’t vaccinate kids under 16. Arrogant, power mad governors and mayors are deliberately increasing these tragic deaths while also ignoring the third leading cause of death for these kids; murder. The CDC, teachers unions and governments are engaged in a detestable, malignant act of control, causing severe psychological damage to our youth and raining down death on them. Stop it! Open all our schools, now. COVID is not the problem, YOU ARE!

Robert Moore
Village of Rio Grande

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