Gull Lake parent group fed up with mask warrants, suing



Number is power and now is the time for people to stand up for what they believe to be right and against what they believe to be wrong. Many parents these days believe that mask warrants for their young children are unnecessary and could do more harm than good.

What you need to keep in mind first is what former Biden COVID-19 adviser and top epidemiologist Dr Michael Osterholm said in an interview with CNN where he admitted the masks typical paper are ineffective. He then said Americans should switch to stronger N-95 masks if they are looking for protection.

He stated:

“We now know that many of the face coverings people wear are not very effective at reducing virus movement indoors or outdoors… We need to talk about better masking… We need to talk N-95 respirators, which would do. A lot for the two people who are not yet vaccinated or who have not been infected before. “

Here he says it in his own words:

According to report by MLive, a group called The Gull Lake Parents Against Mask Mandates filed an October 26 lawsuit against Gull Lake Community Schools and the Kalamazoo County Health Department in Kalamazoo County Circuit Court.

Parents took this step because of a letter sent to parents by the school district last August. In that letter, the school district stated that “adults and students of Young 5s through sixth grade should follow the decree of the ministry of health and wear masks in an educational setting ”.

This trial has a very interesting charge. They state that there is a law in Michigan that prohibits:

“Any restraint which has a negative impact on breathing”

If this is true, then any of these mask-wearing warrants would be against Michigan law.

According to report by Principia-scientific:

“A new to study, involving more than 25,000 school-aged children, shows that masks harm schoolchildren physically, psychologically and behaviorally, revealing 24 distinct health issues associated with wearing masks.

Most adults who wear these masks for a while have difficulty breathing during prolonged use.

Can you imagine the psychological damage that these health services and schools are causing in the lives of these children?

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