The president of a California school district was caught cursing on a hot mic throughout a school board assembly Tuesday after a parent gave a speech knocking masks in lecture rooms and COVID-19 vaccination mandates for college students. 

Lauren Roupoli, who referred to as herself a involved parent, addressed the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education and spoke in regards to the issues with imposing a masks mandate amongst college students. 

She gave a fiery speech—even calling out one of many board members by name– earlier than she questioned the knowledge of giving the vaccine to kids. Her perception is that any doable profit is way outweighed by the dangers.

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She accused one board member of criticizing mother and father for voicing their official issues and drew applause when she mentioned, “We are vocal because we are our children’s biggest advocates.”

Her remark apparently didn’t sit nicely with Marlys Davidson, the board’s president, who was picked up on a hot mic saying, “F— you,” throughout the applause. 

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KTLA reported that Davidson issued an apology and mentioned the general public have to be “heard with respect.”

“I reaffirm my commitment to serve our community with dignity and integrity, and I hope they will accept my sincere apology,” she mentioned. She didn’t instantly reply to an after-hours e-mail from Fox News.

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Roupoli informed the station that Davidson ought to step down. 

California has a statewide masks requirement that impacts about 6.7 million college students. The requirement is backed by the state’s largest lecturers’ unions and the California Association of School Boards. 

The argument from mother and father against vaccines for kids is that they see the long-term negative effects as unknowns. They additionally say these mandates infringe upon their freedoms.

Opponents of those calls to protest insist that the mandates are primarily based on science and the one strategy to emerge from the pandemic is to be vaccinated and put on masks.

The Associated Press contributed to this report