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California Preschool Shut Down For Not Forcing 2-Year Olds To Mask Up

To the liberals, COVID is their cult & the mask is their deity.

A preschool in the San Diego area was ordered closed by state officials because the director would not force kids two-years-old and up to wear face masks.

Tiffany McHugh, the director of Foothills Christian Church Preschool in San Diego, had her license permanently stripped as well.

CBS8 in San Diego reports:

"The California Dept. of Social Services Community Care Licensing shut the doors of the preschool on Dec. 10, 2021 after many visits to the school.
McHugh says visits from Social Services started in September 2021 after a parent complaint.
“From that point on we were working with licensing almost on a weekly basis over the next two months and we were trying to improve,” said McHugh. “Unfortunately, it's really hard. We are going up against a lot of parents that don't want their children to be masked.”
McHugh said in November 2021 the preschool was cleared of the violation but a couple weeks later the state came back for a routine visit to find kids once again, not wearing masks…”"

A number of parents of kids at the preschool protested the decision, saying the choice should be theirs on whether their kids wears masks or not.

Pastor Kevin Miller tells the Family Research Council that the state specifically targeted them.

He says:

“They came out for nine and a half hours at a time on seven different visits — 11 overall — when so many of the preschools in our area — East County of San Diego — hadn’t had more than one visit in five years.
So they targeted us. They came after us and [were] very, very hostile. They interviewed three-year-olds [and] four-year-olds without their parents’ knowledge or permission. They were antagonistic towards our teachers. These are preschool teachers — I think we know what preschool teachers are like.”\

They say they are appealing the ruling.

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