Hamilton, NH teacher Nicole Griggs is doing her part to end the commie cold. And by that I mean, telling her students who she sees in public parks that she wants them to die.
“Go ahead post it, who you gonna show it too?”
Oh, ya know, the world.
It’s not possible to go faster from “I’m trying to save your life,” to “I hope you get the coronavirus and die.” And that about sums it up really, doesn’t it? The lockdown Nazis don’t really give a shit about anyone’s health. They just like exercising what little power they currently have.
Unfortunately after the New York Post got wind of the story she took down her Facebook page. But telling kids that she wants them to die from the commie cold is kind of her thing it looks like.
She totally called them out on it and wished illness upon a young couple and their crotch fruit!
It’s wicked scary that these parents living freely are allowed to be parents, but the fact that a woman who routinely wishes death upon children so that she can prove a point, is a teacher, is not scary at all.
“You are the problem, not the solution.”
The Karens and the Coronabros all think their way is the right way, and everyone else wants to kill old people, even though there’s no evidence whatsoever that standing in a park is killing people. Maybe, just maybe, it’s the psychopath telling kids that they should die while she takes her non-essential dog for a walk, who is the real problem.
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