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Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin wondered on Sunday for people who said he was injured by his "guarantee" for the children to be battered after a massive teacher's exit, the schools closed on Friday.
In a video published on his YouTube page, Bevin, a republican, said he had tried to address the "unintended consequences" of closing schools when he told reporters Friday that "somewhere in Kentucky Today, a child was a sexual assault left home because there was no one to look at them. "
" I guarantee you somewhere today, a child was physically injured or married because they were lonely because a single parent had no money to take care of them, "added Bevin.
The comments led to a resolution by the Government Republican-led House of Representatives condemning Bevin.
"Although this body may not agree with all the teachings argue, it is undisputed that the right to freedom of expression, the right to freely gather and the right to request the government to handle complaints is the backbone of our democracy," the resolution says.  At least 44 school districts throughout Kentucky were closed on Friday after thousands of teachers called sick to participate in a rally in the state, NBC reported affiliate WAVE in Louisville. They asked legislators to override Bevin's veto against two bills that would have increased public education.