Vermont Governor Directs Schools To Interrogate Students About Their Family’s Thanksgiving Activities

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Governor Phil Scott of Vermont is now directing schools to interrogate students about what they did on Thanksgiving. He wants to know if they had a large family gathering.

Did you ever imagine that things like this would be taking place in the United States?

And Phil Scott is a Republican. What is he thinking?

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The Federalist reports:

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Vermont Governor Instructs Schools To Interrogate Students About Family Thanksgiving Gatherings

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott is giving schools the green light to interrogate students about their Thanksgiving activities following the break.

According to Scott, students or parents who admit to violating the state’s holiday travel and gathering rules will be forced to participate in online school for two weeks, he announced via Twitter on Tuesday. The penalty will be reduced to one week if the students in question take a COVID-19 test.

The same quarantine method, Scott claimed, should apply to businesses whose employees decide to celebrate the Thanksgiving holidays with friends and family.

“This isn’t a way around the ban or an excuse to get together,” he wrote. “The more we adhere to this policy, the faster we’ll lower case counts & ease up on restrictions.”

See the governor’s tweets below:

This is tyranny.

The government should not be asking children to snitch on their own families.

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Cross posted from American Lookout.

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