As a country we’ve learned many lessons from the Chinese Bat Flu outbreaks. Many liberals discovered that you cannot trust CNN and MSNBC (only 10 years too late). Everyone learned that experts cannot be trusted, particularly when it comes to pandemics. Personally, I learned more from “Plandemic” than I did from Fraud Fauci. And I think it is safe to say that people on both sides of the political aisle have grown skeptical of Hollywood and tech elites because of this crisis. Bill Gates quite obviously has a secret agenda and all of the patronizing celebrity quarantine videos made Americans cringe.
But the biggest takeaway from this relative hoax is that we no longer need physical public schools. I’ve long called for the abolishment of the Department of Education. I’ll gladly settle for cutting a bit of fat in the form of the money pits that are brick and mortar schools.
Distance learning has been quite effective and it has the potential to save hundreds of millions of Americans thousands of dollars per year. These savings will come in the form of property tax reductions, clothes for their children, and reduced gas consumption transporting the little fuckers to and from a place that they hate anyway. Property taxes have steadily risen in most parts of the country. Many people expect that their property tax bill will be their single largest expense in retirement.
We owe it to the American people and to our future generations to abolish brick and mortal schools. Distance learning is the future. It is more efficient, less costly, and it moves us one step forward to eliminating the Department of Education and freeing our future generations from the tyranny of group-think. It is not my dream that schools do not reopen in September. No, I dream that they never reopen ever again. For the sake of our beautiful American children.