Palo Alto — The Whoover institute reported today that teachers’ unions, assisted by cowardly and misled school administrations, had caused all of the worldwide economic disruption in the past two years, that has been mistakenly attributed to COVID-19.
The study looked at issues such as famine, water shortages, and supply chain disruptions, and concluded that the root cause was not the virus but the selfish actions of K-12 teachers in refusing to work with large groups of children in poorly ventilated and maintained classrooms, during a pandemic.
The study found that school closures meant that parents often could not go to work. The study explained that one solution to the absenteeism problem created by adult workers getting sick, was prohibited by misguided child labor laws, the subject of their previous report. “Absent legal prohibitions, children could have accompanied their parents to meat packing plants and amazon warehouses,” eliminating the problem of childcare and ensuring a robust supply of low-paid essential workers.
Gay California legislator Scott Whiner, who is considered a front-runner for senator, governor and president (possibly to hold all three offices simultaneously), touted the report in his support of the recall of three San Francisco school board members.
“If it weren’t for the selfish school unions, and the cowardly school board, schools would not have closed for almost a year. They had to weigh the cost-benefit, and the teachers had their thumbs on the scale.”
SF Supervisor Ralph Mendacious joined Whiner in supporting the recall. “As you know, during the Trump administration, unions had entirely too much influence, particularly after teacher victories in the midwest. Fortunately, we now have the Biden administration,” Mendacious said.