The mask obsession really has to stop. Seriously, when a small child with a disability is subject to the rules and regulations put into place by adults who are not paying attention to any actual science, but are following a trend and a fad, and the demands of resulting rules are traumatic, we’re talking child abuse.
That seems to be the case with one airline in the United States, Spirit Airlines, where a four-year-old boy with autism and a medical disability note, was removed from an airplane with his parents for not wearing a mask.
Callie Kimball told US media that she was traveling with her son Carter and her husband from Las Vegas on Monday and had a medical note explaining her son’s condition.
“He’s exempt from wearing masks because whenever he wears a mask he holds his breath or he starts freaking out and he will harm himself,” she explained, saying that her son has autism and is non-verbal.
When her husband showed the note to Spirit Airlines’ crew in Las Vegas, she said staff told her:
“No-no-no. Autism’s not a disability. He has to wear a mask or he has to get off the plane.”
Autism is most definitely a disability, and one that can be difficult to manage, but that wouldn’t matter to Spirit Airlines. They require everyone over the age of two to wear a mask. Other airlines are not that ridiculous.
The family managed to get a flight home to Arkansas with American Airlines, Ms. Kimball explained, and the company accepted her son’s medical note…
Companies including American Airlines and Alaska Airlines have exemptions in their mask policies.
Thank Heaven for small favors, even if there is no proof that masks have any effect on health other than suppression of the human spirit.
Not that the mask Karens of the world want to hear that.
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Why can’t people and businesses look up the scientific studies that have been done and are still being done for over 20 years on the effectiveness of masks on viruses. There is not one that says masks will protect from viruses.