This is probably the most insanely stupid thing you will read all day besides any of those recipe blog that tells a ten page life story before giving you the correct heat to cook chicken wings. Because honestly, everyone with half a working brain hates recipe blogs and no one cares about the blogger's life story or stupid reason why they cooked something. I know why, because you're freaking hungry. That's why

Anywhoooo, this mom got busted after people discovered she ALLEGEDLY stuffed her son in the trunk of the car and drove to a Covid testing site. I guess the boy might have had the coronavirus and mom didn't want to catch it, but I am like 110% sure there's a better way to get him to a testing site, or get an at home test, than to stuff a child in the trunk of the car and drive around.

That sounds like something an illegal immigrant would do while sneaking over the border that Kamala Harris is supposed to be locking down, but she's too busy doing... uh... well... I have no idea what she does actually.

The report below says she most recently worked as a teacher. Holy moly, if she does this to her own child, then how many teenagers are crammed in her trunk on a normal day at work?

Fox 26 Houston reported:

An arrest warrant has been issued for a Houston-area mother whose teenage son was allegedly found in the trunk of her car at a COVID-19 drive-thru testing site on Friday.

Sarah Beam is charged with child endangerment, according to the Harris County District Attorney's Office.

Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Director of Health Services Bevin Gordon alerted police of the boy in the trunk after interacting with Beam, 42, at the Pridgeon Stadium testing site on Falcon Rd on January 3, according to court documents.

Gordon told police that she witnessed Beam unlatch the trunk and found the 13-year-old was face down inside.

According to the charging documents, Beam told Gordon that her child was in the trunk because he had previously tested positive for COVID-19 and as a result, wanted to "prevent her from getting exposed to possible COVID" while driving him to get additional testing at the stadium.

Gordon told Beam that she "would not be receiving COVID testing until the child would be removed from the trunk of the vehicle and place[d] in the back seat of the vehicle."

The health services director then left to call Cy-Fair ISD police, but when she returned found the teen in the backseat.

During the investigation, surveillance footage from a nearby middle school showed the moment the child, who was reportedly unharmed, get out of the trunk and get in the passenger-side backseat of the car.

School officials with Cy-Fair ISD confirmed to FOX 26 that Beam most recently worked as a teacher in CFISD and is currently on administrative leave.