CΟVID Extremist Proposes Sanctions for Children at Thanksgiving Dinner
Thank God, Lord Fauci has given us his blessing on holiday meals for the vаccinated. We all know how much safer the world is because of them and because of him.
Hopefully, you sensed my sarcasm there. But according to one professor, you should take precautions a step further, but only for children for some reason.
A Virginia Tech engineering professor actually said the following:
As the kids will not be fully vаccinated until two weeks after their second shot, I think some care is warranted, especially because some attendees are 65 and older and thus at greater risk of more serious breakthrough infections. You could have the kids wear masks, eat quickly and stay away from the older adults when eating.
What kind of idiotic thing is this? Make kids eat quickly? Do you want them to choke? because that’s exactly what you’re asking for by asking them to eat quickly.
Julie Banderas from Fox News said the following when discussing this with former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, “First of all my kids don’t eat quickly,” Banderas added, saying that it would never work to try that in her home. “We are there for hours and I will make them sit and I will wait until their plates are empty … I guess I’m going to infect my family members with Covid because I’m not making my kids eat quickly.”
“When you slave over all that food you don’t want your kids sloughing it down, you want your kids to take their bite slowly and enjoyed. The hard labor that my mother will be putting in towards our Thanksgiving feast since I don’t cook, I wouldn’t do that to my mom,” Banderas said.
And that’s true! You won’t want to work hard on something just for it to be choked down and not enjoyed. This applies to practically anything. You never want to spend a lot of time working hard on something, just for it to be rushed and not enjoyed. Meals are social events, or at least they should be. We make it a point in our home to have meals together at the table. Not in front of the TV watching shows or the news. There are rare occasions that we’ll set up to eat together in front of the TV if there is a football game that we can’t pause, but that is a rare situation.
Kayleigh McEnany said that she thought it was a parody when she heard it.