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Rep. Mikie Sherrill, D-NJ, discusses First Lady Jill Biden's Monday stop in New Jersey as part of the nationwide 'Help is Here' tour. Rep. Sherrill says it is time to get children back in schools. Aired on 03/16/2021.
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Time For Getting Kids Back To School, Says House Member | Morning Joe | MSNBC

39 Comments on "Time For Getting Kids Back To School, Says House Member | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Kevin Parsons | March 16, 2021 at 11:03 AM | Reply

    So your kids are going to go back to school right know you’re sending your kids to private school you want us to send our kids back to regular school or keep your kids on private tutors what you should be saying is you’re willing to sacrifice our children for your political game come on just be honest with us which has a what is a lot 2 ask from American politicians

    • Cool sentence structure 😎

    • Richard Barber | March 16, 2021 at 11:22 AM | Reply

      Actual punctuation is your friend, if you actually want anyone to waste their time trying to figure out what you were trying to say.

    • Kevin Parsons | March 16, 2021 at 12:27 PM | Reply

      @Mike Ditka you do know being children doesn’t save them from the coronavirus that was a trump era talking point Christian children back to school and die for political gain right that was one of the policies passed by that demon demon girl in about a month’s time and all these children start dying still close the country down for another year because they refuse to keep crows long enough in the first place

  2. the school year is just about over why are we spending 1.9 billon to get schools to open for 2 months before summer break. Im for kids getting back to school but like after summer break where they can have a new school year to be back in real class’s and hang out with there friends

    • Cross C Cologne | March 16, 2021 at 11:25 AM | Reply

      Bcs covid won’t be over after the summer.

    • @Cross C Cologne your right the WHO and NWO along with china will make a new strand of covid that barely kills anyone thats had it(just like this one), and they will tell you to stay at home and stay away from friends as they break you down and make you hate your own country and weaken it as well by being woke. So ya stay inside and be a good pet and sit and stay.

    • Deborah Freedman | March 16, 2021 at 2:58 PM | Reply

      Do you think that this will be the last epidemic of a respiratory disease? The schools should go ahead with improved ventilation any way. Maybe, after it is installed, fewer parents will need to take a sick day off because junior brought home a cold or flu.

  3. Make Racists Afraid Again | March 16, 2021 at 11:14 AM | Reply

    Not quite time to return to (the new) normal… But soon.

  4. I would love my kids to get back but considering its coming just before Spring Break when you KNOW people will go traveling as they feel comfy now, I await the next wave in late April/May and just hope I can send them out this summer to a camp full time.

  5. They need the hamsters back running on the spending wheel. Buying clothes, makeup, cars, gas, nail salon, barber, shoes etc.

    • Makeup and hair salons are not school expenses.

    • @ruth depew Take a deep breathe….. when they get people out of the homes…. they can force spending….. teachers now have to update their wardrobes, buy makeup, get their hair done regularly, nails done because they are physically back in school vs virtual. Cars purchased. Parents have to buy clothes more clothes for their children, shoes, backpacks, keep their hair updated, school supplies
      Get it now?

    • FactsarenotdirtyFwords | March 16, 2021 at 12:02 PM | Reply

      @kbernacchi No. This is a stretch.

    • @Mike Ditka True. And they gave spread the virus. Safety is important to most parents. Politics not so much.

  6. It can’t happen by next Monday, because the schools need to spend the money and wait for the changes that will make their school safe. Also, beware the UK variant which affects children more than the original. How much, i do not know.

  7. Ohio and Michigan positivity rate for Covid19 have increased since schools opened.

  8. I have a class with 36 students in a 400sqft room…it is impossible to social distance

    • Deborah Freedman | March 16, 2021 at 2:52 PM | Reply

      And all those little germ carriers have families, with vulnerable people who dare not risk infection with Covid.

  9. get kids with already questionable hygiene habits all in a small enclosed room with recirculating air for 8 hours a day.. sure, what could possibly go wrong….

  10. republicans: “The Biden bill has nothing to do with covid relief!”
    Schools: Except for the $519 billion for states to help re-open us.”
    republicans: “Yeah, well…ANTIFA!!!”
    Schools: “We need to do a lot better in these red states.”

    • Midnightspecia1 | March 16, 2021 at 6:57 PM | Reply

      How is Jill Biden sooo smoking hot! I want to take her out to a nice steak dinner.

    • Jerry Walker | March 16, 2021 at 6:57 PM | Reply

      Not the purpose of the covid-19 bill. It is about dealing with the effects of covid

    • Jerry Walker | March 16, 2021 at 7:39 PM | Reply

      @Midnightspecia1 The president chose well

    • @Jeffrey Loveless You wouldn’t be able to comprehend it, science stuff.

    • Jeffrey Loveless | March 17, 2021 at 2:00 AM | Reply

      @Music G so my daughter teaches in a poorer state and they have been in school all year but places like New York an California billions to start up and that’s to scientific for me? I think can handle it so send me a link to how that works.

  11. Has the rescue money been released to schools? And have schools had time since receiving funds to institute safe opening measures? I’m surprised no one brought this up during the interview.

  12. Mischa Fellner | March 16, 2021 at 1:16 PM | Reply

    Open schools. What about your students? Union clearly tied to the politicization. Dorks

  13. Brandy Courvoisier | March 16, 2021 at 1:39 PM | Reply

    Our children will go back to school when “we” say they’re ready, pew.

    • I agree with you. Children back to school, now, can only increase the number of infections and deaths.

  14. Spartacus Forlife | March 16, 2021 at 1:57 PM | Reply

    The U.S. no where near the vaccination levels of the u.k. , proportionally, therefore opening schools will see a big spike in covid numbers and deaths. Our kids have only started going back to school 9 days ago.

  15. Esteban Rápido | March 16, 2021 at 2:03 PM | Reply

    No thanks. After the spread of the B117 variant in Carver county, I’ll keep my kid at home.

  16. I’m actually trying to apply for a job as a teacher. From what I heard, some schools are doing online classes, in person classes or hybrid (both types). For the last two, the students maintain a six feet distance, and have barriers attached to their desks. Also, only the kids who live close to their school go to in person class while kids who live further away do online through chats.

  17. Mauro Constante | March 16, 2021 at 4:53 PM | Reply

    My kids been going along Tyne
    Yeah just hate we do want we want

  18. Alexander Craig | March 17, 2021 at 2:02 AM | Reply

    Thank god. For a minute there, I though tthey were going to talk about teaches and auxilliary staff in schools. No need to worry about them getting sick or infecting others or members of their families. Just send those kids back to their classrooms. Maybe we will get some of the parents to manage those classes?
    Just maybe, just maybe, we will put the horse BEFORE the cart. Make sure the teachers are protected from infection, that the classrooms and school facilities are made safe, and THEN talk about re-opening schools. Or is that too radical a concept?
    Maybe we don’t address this issue in order of importance, because the teachers are expendable?

  19. If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved.

  20. Johnny Cooper | March 17, 2021 at 3:57 PM | Reply

    1 million dollars could be given to each voter and that would be less than 1.9 trillion, this is true

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