Fifth graders tell the Bidens virtual learning allowed them to eat and sneak in a nap during his visit in an elementary school in Yorktown, Virginia on Monday.
Joe Biden, with his nurse Jill in tow, visits Virginia’s fifth-grade classroom and told President Biden that the virtual learning gave them the chance to eat, take naps, and even fake technical glitches in order to avoid answering questions.
The school, Yorktown Elementary School, is now open four days per week, with students attending Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Students don’t come to class Wednesday so the school can be cleaned.
Joe and Jill will also visit a community college in Virginia as part of the “Getting America Back on Track” tour.
Schools and businesses are reopening after Democrats closed down their states and Biden is taking credit for “creating jobs” when people are just going back to work.
Biden walked into a classroom full of masked children sitting at desks fitted with plastic partitions (child abuse).
Although the plastic partitions are meant to protect the children from Covid, they also prevented Joe Biden from getting too close and sniffing/groping the kids.
Biden asked the children if they were teenagers in high school.
— The Hill (@thehill) May 3, 2021