[Ed. – As Cawood says, she doubles down on it, repeating the same thing twice. In legitimate deliberations over a safe, responsible timeline for opening the schools to classroom attendance, what would the election have to do with it?]
KFI News radio reporter Steve Gregory said he received a partial audio recording of a conference call between Dr. Ferrer and “a collection of school nurses, school administrators, other education and medical professionals.”
During that discussion, Ferrer indicated that she does not expect schools to reopen before the November election.
“We don’t realistically anticipate that we would be moving to either tier 2 or to reopening K-12 schools at least until after the election, in early November,” Ferrer said. “When we look at the timing of everything, it seems to us a more realistic approach to this would be to think that we’re going to be where we are now until we are done with the election.”