Matt Walsh takes extraordinary measure to speak at school board meeting after rules changed at last minute
Added 09-25-21 07:17:02pm EST - “The Loudoun County School Board reportedly changed the rules for an upcoming school board meeting at the last minute to prevent conservative commentator Matt Walsh from speaking at the meeting.What is the background?Walsh went viral…” - Theblaze.com
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The Loudoun County School Board reportedly changed the rules for an upcoming school board meeting at the last minute to prevent conservative commentator Matt Walsh from speaking at the meeting.
Walsh went viral last month after he confronted the Metro Nashville Public School Board over the district's face mask mandate for elementary school students.
"You the school board have decided that our kids should go to school all day, every day wearing muzzles like rabid dogs. I have listened to your arguments and I've noticed that they're missing a few things, namely, evidence, data, science, common sense, and basic human decency. You presented no facts at all, so let me do that now," Walsh said.
After a short speech in which Walsh explained the data on children and COVID-19, chided the school board for "depriv[ing] [students] of the ability to see each other's faces," and questioning what a face mask does "to a child's developing immune system," Walsh concluded, "It's a disgrace and you should all be ashamed. Thank you for your time."
Just like in Nashville, Walsh is planning to voice his opinion at an upcoming Loudoun County School Board meeting in northern Virginia.
How do you do, fellow Virginians?— Matt Walsh (@Matt Walsh)1632516511.0
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