Monica Wilbur said masks with negative effects on her kids
"I had been at the meeting because children really don't have any voice of their own, and that I felt that my parents' legitimate concerns over their children, learning, social, and wellness requirements were being ignored," Monica Wilbur informed"Fox & Friends. "
Elsewhere, the nation's coronavirus mask and restrictions mandates are raised.
"One size doesn't fit all and adults that have higher risks if not project their own fears or anticipate that the youth to take the load of these anxieties," Wilbur, who talked against the college mask mandate through the public comments section of the assembly, is heard saying, drawing raucous applause from other people in attendance.
Wilbur then implored the district let parents"assess our unique circumstances regarding masks which are in the best interest of our households" -- regardless of the state of Utah stating that school boards do not have the lawful jurisdiction to terminate the mask necessity in schools.
After Wilbur's address, the fired-up audience could be observed interrupting the following two speakers, such as Democrat State Sen. Kathleen Riebe.
The assembly then sneaked into chaos because the plank at the Salt Lake City-area district called for an end to public remarks later Riebe was in the podium.
"You have not signed ma'am, we will shut citizen involvement," a board member has been heard telling a girl who had been making her way into the front.
Wilbur told anchor Steve Doocy the mask had a negative impact on among her kids.
"We have had health issues on account of the masks. One of my kids has a deviated septum, thus his oxygen consumption is already considerably diminished, which hurts his ability to focus and sleep," Wilbur said.
"In addition we have another kid with speech recognition issues and his speech-sound disease makes ordinary communicating difficult, which you can imagine how that is made worse with sprays"