Wenatchee High School students were forced to practice band inside Washington state’s liberal school board’s imbecilic Anti-Covid child abuse tents.
Photos posted on Wednesday by local newspaper Wenatchee World showed the young musicians awkwardly confined to their small, green, socially-distanced tents as they tried to play their instruments, prompting many to ridicule the situation.
Glad they sealed away the band kids for our safety https://t.co/EAjfsG0w78
— billysmilesxxl (@BillySmilesXXL) February 25, 2021
“This is what happens when parents can’t or won’t draw a line,” commented one social media user.
While TV host Bill Spadea wrote, “WTF are these cowardly and ignorant adults doing to an entire generation of kids? When will we hold the school administrators accountable for this insanity.”
Podcast host Michael Berry also mocked the photos, tweeting, “Idiots abound.”
Others called the display “taxpayer-funded child abuse” and “madness,” and questioned whether Wenatchee High School should even be opening if the liberals believe such drastic Anti-COVID safety measures are required.
This is taxpayer funded child abuse. pic.twitter.com/iE4TOptTwu
— Kevin Dalton (@NextLAMayor) February 25, 2021
“Please stop this child abuse now!” protested Republican Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene. “End this nonsense, America!”
Child abuse in tent #8! End this nonsense, America! pic.twitter.com/nz3Wwpum8r
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) February 25, 2021
Wenatchee High School Child Abuse
Good. Schools should teach safe sax. https://t.co/mQwR0tl93T
— Christopher J. Scalia (@cjscalia) February 25, 2021
All jokes aside, they couldn’t have ordered a bigger one for this guy? Seriously, y’all mfers had a ALL THIS TIME to prepare and the best you could do was miniature quarantine tents? pic.twitter.com/sq3Mg5G1dm
— CW (@ceedubelu) February 25, 2021
Some Anti-COVID People Were Ahead Of Their Time
Once again, Spinal Tap was simply ahead of their time. pic.twitter.com/Dv307tI1UK
— Dan Whipple (@DanWhipple_) February 25, 2021
— CodeDebYT 🗣 (@CodeDebYT) February 25, 2021