The brewery announces a plan to 'sue the board of education who does not follow the new corona measures from the beginning' and fund the parents who file the lawsuit
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is calling for mandatory masks in schools, but state, school districts, and parental policies require masks to be worn. There is a conflict over it. Meanwhile, the Wisconsin brewery Minocqua Brewing Company announced a plan to 'sue all boards of education in Wisconsin that do not follow CDC's COVID-19 guidelines,' and filed a lawsuit against the boards of education. We are funding parents to wake up.
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Kirk Bangstad, owner of the Minocqua Brewing Company, uses part of the brewery's profits to fund the activities of his political action committee. Minocqua Brewing has launched a new plan to 'sue all boards of education in Wisconsin that do not follow the CDC's COVID-19 Countermeasures Guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in schools.' He said he would fund parents who file suits through the Company's Political Action Committee.
'The Wisconsin community has exploded in Delta stocks ,' Bangstad said in a Facebook post, looking at Tucker Carlson, a conservative political commentator, without thinking for himself. Many school districts stopped all COVID-19 measures that were being implemented last year because of the hordes of lizard-powered zombies screaming, 'said people who did not follow the CDC guidelines. I have severely criticized the Board of Education.
Bangstad is a Democratic supporter, including 'Biden Beer' after President Joe Biden and 'Bernie Brew' after Bernie Sanders at the Minocqua Brewing Company. It is said that it sells.
Waukesha, Wisconsin. Waukesha became the first place simply because Mr. Bangstad first met his plaintiff's parents, explaining that he will continue to expand the proceedings throughout Wisconsin. ..
The first proceeding, funded by the Minocqua Brewing Company, was filed on October 6, 2021 against the Board of Education in
According to Shannon Jensen, the plaintiff in the Waukesha proceedings, many children did not wear masks at the elementary school where Jensen's son attended because they were not required to wear masks at school. Mr. Jensen's son wore a mask, but after a classmate in the next seat had symptoms of COVID-19 but went to school for two consecutive days without wearing a mask, he was inspected for COVID-19. I was diagnosed as positive. As a result, his son and other siblings were forced to quarantine their homes, causing great disruption to their education and life.
In September 2021 alone, four people in the same class were diagnosed as COVID-19 positive, and Jensen claimed that there was a clear cluster in the class. My son developed COVID-19 because the Board of Education recklessly refused to implement rational COVID-19 measures, and safety measures such as wearing masks that had been implemented until July. I blamed the board of education for abolishing it from September.
The complaint alleged that '(Mr. Jensen's son) has the recognized right to be safe from the dangers posed by the state while at school under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.' Claims that it has a duty to protect children and that safety measures should be continued in accordance with appropriate COVID-19 measures guidelines.
At Waukesha's school, outside visitors and volunteers can enter the school without masks or prior COVID-19 screening tests, and extracurricular activities have been resumed without adequate measures. The complaint states, 'By returning the students to the classroom, resuming extracurricular activities, and bringing potential sources of infection, visitors and volunteers into the school without masks, the Wokishaw school district and the school board put the students on COVID-19. I threw it into a'snake burrow', 'and the school board claims to increase the risk of COVID-19 in the school.
A second proceeding, funded by Mr. Bangstad, was filed on October 11 against the School Board in Fall Creek, Wisconsin. The content of the complaint is almost the same as the proceeding in Waukesha, and the plaintiff's child also had COVID-19, but after spending time in the same class as a classmate who did not wear a mask, he took COVID-19. He said he had developed the disease.
The board of education at Waukesha and Fall Creek, which was sued this time, has not responded to media inquiries or interview requests.
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