The Governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin criticizes closing schools in the cold

The Governor of Kentucky, Matt Bevin disappointed by the fact that the closing of schools in Louisville because of the cold weather. In an interview on NewsRadio 840 WHAS he said that Americans teach children to be too «soft».

Let the race begin! Excited to get the 2019 Governor’s race officially launched along with @Alvarado4Senate and accompanied by our beautiful wives (and members of our fan club in the rear of the photo…🙂)
Looking forward to continuing the strong economic momentum in KY!

— Matt Bevin (@MattBevin) January 27, 2019

In Louisville was established frosty weather. -20 here today, the district decided to suspend classes in schools. «Well, there’s no ice or snow. I mean, what is happening to America? We become soft, Terry, we become soft,» commented the news broadcast Bevin.

«I mean, what (happened) to America? We’re getting soft, Terry. We’re getting soft.»

Gov. Matt Bevin expressed criticism after dozens of school districts canceled classes Wednesday due to dangerously cold temperatures throughout Kentucky.


— WLKY (@WLKY) January 30, 2019

Republican Governor, entered the race, acknowledged that «little jokes» and the safety of children is always better, that is, to be safe than sorry, but said: «I was a little worried that in America, on this and every other front we send the message to our young people that if life is hard, you can curl up in the fetal position somewhere in a warm place and wait until the situation will not change. And that’s not right. Just no.»

Republican Robert Goforth, Bevin party opponent in the gubernatorial election, immediately responded to this musing Governor’s sharp criticism: «the Guy is easy to say, he went to Gould Academy, a preparatory school for $60 thousand a year.»

Here is my stance as State Teacher of the Year and as a current Candidate for President of the Kentucky Education Association, if you can’t prove this right or admit to your wrong. You will feel it later. @MattBevin so get your coat ready.

— Jessica Dueñas Ed.S. (@JDuenas24) January 30, 2019

Teacher one of the schools of Louisville Jessica Dueñas urged the Governor «to show how he is strong and tomorrow morning to stand on the street for 30 minutes as if waiting for the bus», and reminded that not all children are quite well dressed, as many parents experience financial difficulties. Jessica, being «teacher of the year» and candidate education Association of Kentucky, do not come down with this topic and published several tweets criticizing the Governor, ending with the words «prepare your coat!»

So @MattBevin where is your video/picture of yourself being “hard” in this snow and -15 degree wind chills?

— Jessica Dueñas Ed.S. (@JDuenas24) January 30, 2019

Continued discussion of al Rocker of NBC, who, commenting on the weather, I was glad that Matt Bevin is not a teacher and called him «stupid Governor».

Al Roker with some strong words for Matt Bevin this morning

— Matt Jones (@MattJonesRadio) January 30, 2019