Super PAC of the Wisconsin Priory says he's tired of "anti-science" school boards. Complaints against school boards not following CDC guidelines for COVID-19. So far, Minocqua Super PAC has helped parents file a lawsuit in two school districts, saying it "is filing a complaint with every school board in Wisconsin." Do not follow CDC guidelines to protect against the spread of COVID in schools.
In a Facebook post on Sunday, brewery owner and founder of Super PAC Kirk Bangstad answered a question he said was asked in "every interview" he's given the media last week: "Why does the brewery sue?" "Super PAC should not fund these lawsuits," Bangstad wrote. “We have always believed that our government, the teachers union, the ACLU, the hospitals, the nurses union, any other progressive group or the 'Academy of smart people who understand things' should take action to block this right. The scientific and anti-historical nonsense that School overruns across U.S. Wisconsin communities have exploded with Delta type because many schoolgirls have given up all the COVID cutbacks that were in place last year due to the outcry of Tucker groups. Carlson's zombies are separated from them by tiny brains while watching and only moved by lizards' brains." p>
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Wuksha School"[b]Because we first met the plaintiffs in Waukesha. It's really that simple.""Let's start a protest, but we have to start somewhere. Hopefully. That this Waukesha dress be accepted as a teamwork.” The eastern district covers the federal district of Wisconsin, and we plan to file another complaint in the western district next week, which I hope will capture all of the school districts listed above. “
There is a case of high schools,” Bangstad wrote, “where we have heard that anyone who dares protect their children and employees from Corona is being held by people who still have the illusion that Trump has won the election. He recently earned a YouTube epidemiology degree in "How Masks Cause Carbon Dioxide Poisoning". "
The Super PAC was not created specifically to sue school boards. Bangstad wrote in its funding appeal that it argued that companies "could influence policy with "dark money". “But this is permitted by United States law, and “[Min] Minocqua Brewing is a corporation, and because I believe my Republican representation in the North Woods is detrimental to the people who live here, I will create a Super PAC to help defeat these people in 2022.” Bangstad last year in the race to elect a government board.
Minocqua brewing company is donating 5% of its profits to Super PAC. The pandemic has had a major impact on its restaurant business and brewery. So Bangstad says it has sold its building and is now selling what's called "Progressive beer" for retailers.
lawsuit alleges "dangers posed by government"
lawsuit against Wauxa Authorities are sued October 6 in US District Court In eastern Wisconsin, plaintiff Shannon Jensen, whose son contracted Covid-19 after sitting with a masked and masked classmate for two days at Rose Glenn Elementary School, requested class placement and an “unlawful class deduction from defendants for assaulting students.” are different. Reasons for limiting COVID-19 are mentioned in this complaint.
It is said that the Jensen child "and persons like them have the right under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution to be protected from the dangers of government in the school" and that the school "according to the Fourteenth Amendment has a positive function." It is enough to maintain the Covid-19 mitigation measures to protect your students. “
The complaint alleges weak policies, for example, that Vauxhall Schools “now allows visitors to apply without a mask, get tested for COVID-19 or request negative test results to enter WSD schools [Waukesha School District] . “Extracurricular activities are also not currently on the agenda to curb Covid-19.” Visitors to K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. “
“By bringing students back and extracurricular activities back to the classroom and allowing the possibility of non-masked school visitors and volunteers being placed in schools, the WSD and Student Council on COVID-19 have been “snake” and later said “the district refuses to implement rational strategies.” “The COVID-19 cut recommended by the CDC and the DPI [Wisconsin Department of Public Education] is reckless. p>
Brewery's Super PAC helps parents sue schools that ignore CDC recommendations
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