Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Tuesday prohibiting …

Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Tuesday prohibiting state governmental entities such as counties, public school districts, public health authorities and government officials from requiring mask wearing. When Bridget Wiedenmeyer learned the news, she immediately worried about her 11-year-old daughter, who has a chronic lung condition but is too young to be vaccinated against Covid-19. “There’s a large contingent of people who are like, ‘Well, only this teeny tiny percent of kids …. die of Covid.’ And I have an issue with that,” the Austin mother said. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. The science says its time. Stop fear mongering. Texas cases and deaths keep going down. People are gonna live their lives.

  2. I say for those people you should homeschool your children if you’re afraid. Give me a break

  3. Same people that aren’t concerned with school shootings, but think abortion is murder. Life to them only matters inside the womb.

  4. Texas, where we believe in small government but we tell you what you can and can’t do with you health and body…..

  5. This idea that the country was perfectly fine without masks while the flu killed thousands every year, but now is an emergency, is what’s really mind boggling.😉

  6. Way more children die from the flu every year. Why no masks? How many die in car accidents? Ban cars? School from home? Never leave the house maybe would be safest? Bridget’s thought process is mind boggling to more… 😑 Life has risks and COVID is at the very bottom of risk for children. Your mind need not be boggled, it’s very simple…

  7. When children have peanut allergies schools forbid peanuts from being near the child or their classroom. Why can’t they continue wearing masks to prevent illness and death for children???


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