To Montgomery County VA School Board Pres. “We’re Coming For Your Job.”

Virginia school board chairwoman storms out of public meeting after trying to shut down anti-mask parent – who exposes administrator’s hypocrisy by showing Facebook photos of her flouting mask mandate

  •  Montgomery County School board chair Susan Kass stormed out of the Feb. 15 meeting

  • Parent Alecia Vaught called out the school board for not supporting a state law that rolls back mask mandates at Virginia public schools

  • Vaught held up her phone with Facebook photos of Kass congregating in a crowd with no mask

  • Kass called over a police officer to escort Vaught away and tried to cut short her speaking time

  • When other board members defended her right to speak, Kass got up and walked out

  •  ‘We’re coming for your seat,’ Vaught said; ‘You can have it’ Kass replied 

  • A Montgomery County Virginia school board member stormed out of a public meeting after trying to silence a parent fed up with mask mandates because the parent showed Facebook photos of the board member violating mask rules.

    The fracas is just the latest public confrontation happening across the country between parents, students and school officials over mandatory mask policies in public schools.

    Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkins recently signed a bill into law that would make wearing a mask in a public school optional.

    The state’s seven-day average for Covid-19 infections on Friday was 2,392 cases, down 28 percent from 3,062 on February 14, according to Johns Hopkins University.

She then took the board to task, singling out chairwoman Susan Kass, who she said yelled at her for taking off her mask the last time she attended a public meeting.

‘We sat here last year and listened to you guys preach to us about Governor Northam’s executive orders and how we must follow them. Remember that?’ she said, referring to former Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam who made masks mandatory for all public school kids K-12.

‘Here’s a governor that comes into office, but yet you don’t want to follow his orders. Why is that? Why is it different from last year when we were here to this year? Vaught said. ‘Two different governors, different political parties. So we’re supposed to follow it last year, but not this year? That makes no sense, and it makes all of you a bunch of hypocrites.’ 

Vaught then held up her phone and showed photos from Kass’s Facebook page apparently showing the board chair in public social settings without a mask on.

‘Here’s a picture of you right here on Facebook with a crowd of people with no mask on,’ she said.


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