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WWE referee Drake Wuertz missed Tuesday’s NXT to argue against children wearing masks in school

Drake Wuertz, who works for WWE as a referee on the NXT brand, is really against kids wearing masks.

Last week, he gave the speech during a County Commissioner’s meeting while backstage at the NXT TV event about mask mandates. Wuertz gave an explanation as to how the mandates make child sex trafficking easier.

On Tuesday night, he attended a school board meeting for the Seminole County Public Schools. This is where he argued that despite the world still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, the board shouldn’t require kids to wear masks while in school because he feels the dangers of wearing the masks outweighs the dangers of the virus.

He also claimed the Superintendent has allowed children to be “victims of a tyrannical overreach.” It should be noted that the FDA recently approved Pfizer and BioNTech’s vaccines to be given to children (ages 12 to 15) on an emergency use basis.

He also took the stance of kids not needing to wear masks to protect teachers because kids should be put first. He brought up how wearing masks in school assists predators. Another highlight was him noting the requirement of children being masked, it disrespects the wishes of the parents.

It’s unclear if he asked for time off or wasn’t needed for this week’s NXT TV event. Either way, he wasn’t there.

You can watch the entire video by clicking on the player below (his appearance can be found around the 206:00:


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