Friday, April 19, 2024

Va. Students Serve Lawsuit to Youngkin-Defying Loudoun County School Board

'My God, these kids are going to make sure that their government listens to them... '

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) Virginia students this week marched into the Loudoun County School Board’s meeting and served its members with lawsuits related to ongoing mask mandates, Breitbart reported.

“It felt good finally serving them after, you know, being suspended,” 11 year-old Rylan Mobley, who was punished for breathing freely, told Eric Bolling on The Balance.

After the students handed the school board members the affidavits, Chair Jeff Morse called the meeting to recess.

Parents cheered and clapped as the students walked in with signs and stacks of paper.

The students served their school board members after a presenter said the school did not respond to a complaint about “maladministration” and a “demand to cease and desist enforcing what they said are unconstitutional mandates on students,” the Loudoun Times-Mirror reported.

The students cited the “the masks, the sexual assaults, [and] everything that the county has done wrong” as the reasons for the lawsuit.

“You could tell they were very flustered, annoyed, and they just didn’t know what to do,” student Caroline Thomas said. “I wasn’t nervous at all. The passion for this change to happen overcame all the fear.”

Republican Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears lauded the students for standing up to their administrators.

“I don’t know what I was doing at their age. But that wasn’t it,” Sears said. “My God, these kids are going to make sure that their government listens to them.”

Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin‘s mask mandate prohibiton passed its first test in the Virginia Supreme Court.

Under his executive order, school districts cannot force children to wear masks, yet several far-left school boards have resisted. The students’ lawsuit will try to force Loudoun County to comply with Youngkin’s order.

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