California school board president who was caught on mic saying ‘f*** you’ to a parent ‘was also overheard saying “Oh g**, here we go”‘ in second slip-up at same meeting on mask mandates and CRT

The president of a California board of education who was caught on a microphone swearing at a parent has allegedly been caught in a second slip-up during the same meeting on mask mandates.

Marlys Davidson, who is the president of the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education, appeared to say ‘Oh God, here we go’ after introducing two speakers at the meeting.

It was during the same session that Davidson was picked up by the microphone saying ‘f*** you’ after parent Lauren Roupoli raised concerns about mask-wearing mandates and vaccines for children.

During the meeting, Davidson had introduced two speakers she referred to as Claire C. and Leah R.

But during the applause for the speakers, Davidson appeared to say ‘Oh God, here we go’, according to a video posted on YouTube by Los Al Recall.

It is not clear in the footage which speaker Davidson was referring to or that Davidson had made the comment as all of the board members were wearing face masks during the meeting.

The first speaker, who said she was called Claire Chu, said she was happy everyone had the ‘freedom to speak’ and said she is concerned about critical race theory, claiming it teaches children to ‘hate each other because of their race, because of their skin color and make them identify different from others’.

She added: ‘No, we are all American. We are all one nation, one race. Don’t let them divide by the critical race theory.’

During the meeting, Davidson was picked up on the microphone cursing after Lauren Roupoli raised concerns over mandates placed on students requiring them to wear masks in class.

She also questioned the decision to give the Covid vaccine to children, arguing her belief that the risks far outweigh the benefits.

Roupoli also accused one member of the education board of criticizing parents as ‘selfish’ raising their concerns at the board meetings.

Before she had finished speaking, Davidson cut across Roupoli to tell her she had run out of time to speak to the board, but Roupoli calmly finished what she was saying anyway.

A round of applause from other parents followed Roupoli’s conclusion, during which she said: ‘We are vocal because we are our children’s biggest advocates.’

It was after this applause that Davidson was then heard saying ‘f**k you’ through a microphone.

The incident is the latest in a string of recent clashes across America in the ongoing battle over the right to question administrators about COVID restrictions which recently led to the National School Boards Association issuing an apology for saying the clashes could amount to domestic terrorism.

Attorney General Merrick Garland applauded the letter of apology, while calling for the FBI to investigate such parents.

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