When Will Cheri Beasley Call out the Unions for Keeping Classrooms Closed? | Eastern North Carolina Now | Last year, when Democrats passed their so-called coronavirus relief bill, they (wrongly) claimed the trillions in wasteful spending was necessary to help schools reopen safely for in-person learning.

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    Washington, D.C.     Last year, when Democrats passed their so-called coronavirus relief bill, they (wrongly) claimed the trillions in wasteful spending was necessary to help schools reopen safely for in-person learning. Even then, the science told us that classrooms were already safe for in-person learning, but Democrats never miss a chance to use children as political pawns to get trillions in unrelated spending passed through Congress.

    Not even one year later, and with billions of dollars in their pockets, teachers unions across the nation are ready to risk the well-being of America's students by demanding a return to virtual classrooms. Senate Democrat hopefuls are silent.

    What about the $122 billion Senate Democrats sent to states to safely re-open schools and get kids back in the classrooms? With 4,561 schools going virtual or closing completely for at least one day this week, Senate hopefuls like Cheri Beasley should be wondering where these billions went. Or, more likely, she just doesn't care. Her political allies got rich while America's students and families suffered.

    As her allies at the teachers unions call for widespread school closures, is Cheri Beasley willing to admit that the billions in wasteful spending she supported failed to make classrooms safe for students to learn in-person? Will she finally be ready to call out her allies in the teachers unions for keeping kids out of the classrooms?

    We're not holding our breath.


    Contact: NRSC Communications
    Email: NRSCCommunications@nrsc.org
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