A mother at a Montgomery County, Virginia, school board meeting confronted hypocritical pro-mask mandate board members with a few photos that sent the school board chair storming out of the room.
Apparently, Montgomery County public schools decided to continue with mask mandates despite GOP Gov. Glenn Youngkin's call to make mask-wearing optional in public schools.
Parent Alecia Vaught called out the school board's hypocrisy, pointing out how they vehemently followed former Gov. Ralph Northam's mask policies last year, but are ignoring Younkin's policies.
“We sat here last year and listened to you guys preach to us about Gov. Northam's executive orders and how we must follow them. You guys remember that? We do," Vaught said to the school board.
“So here's the governor [Youngkin] that comes into office, but yet you don't want to follow his orders. Why is that? ... Two different governors. Two different political parties. So, we were supposed to follow it last year, but not this year. That makes no sense and makes all of you a bunch of hypocrites," she continued.
Vaught then singled out board chair Sue Kass, whom she said "yelled at [her] ... for taking off [her] mask" the previous year, by showing photos from Kass' Facebook page apparently maskless in public social settings.
"Here's a picture of you right here on Facebook with a crowd of people with no mask on," Vaught said.
At this point, Kass cut in to tell Vaught she was "done" and to "sit down," before calling for security.
"I'm sorry, Ms. Vaught, you are done if you are going to, if you are going to sit there and disparage a member of our school board, you can sit down. I am not going to sit here ... can we have an officer, please?" Kass said.
When the officer present stood by and allowed Vaught to continue, Kass erupted into a rant about her family, to which Vaught countered "What do you think about our family?"
Kass then stormed out of the meeting, passing Vaught on the way out.
"We're coming for your seat," Vaught told Kass.
"You can have it," Kass fumed.
Watch the video below to catch the full exchange: