Update on the NJ case to unmask our schoolchildren

As you know, we have been following the progress of the lawsuit brought against the governor, the health commissioner and the education commissioner to unmask the schoolchildren.

NJ attorney Bruce Afran joined me on Friday morning to share that earlier this week the governor’s attorney denied the plaintiffs’ request to release the information they used to justify the executive order. 251 which required schools to require all children to wear a mask all day.

Despite the overwhelming evidence that I have shared with scientists and physicians over the past year illustrating the physical and psychological damage that wearing a mask can cause, and despite the fact that when you compare areas with mandatory mask to mask-free areas, the spread is pretty much the same – that includes the full Danish study which explained why you shouldn’t rely on masks to stop community spread, the government persists.

Now they refuse to share data to justify the decision and have been called in court. The Afran team has a decision to make. Either you fight in court to force the disclosure of information, or you win early to stop the mask’s warrant.

Listen to Bruce explain why he leans for the information even though it will delay a decision for a few weeks.

Thanks to Bruce Afran and other NJ lawyers who fight against unethical, unconstitutional, immoral and anti-American mandates; including Dana Wefer and John Coyle.

Stay tuned, the war has only just begun.

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Spadea. All opinions expressed are those of Bill. Bill Spadea is on the air weekdays 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. speaking Jersey, taking calls at 1-800-283-1015.

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