Mama Bear To School Board: “I Was Gonna Ask, But I’m Not Asking Anymore… I’m Demanding You Stop This Mask Mandate Tonight!” (Video)

Video out of Rocklin, California has a “mama bear” coming to the same conclusion that many other parents across the United States are coming to when it comes to mask mandates.

Kristen Griffith, who says she has been in the pharmaceutical industry for twenty years, confronted her school board and put forward the actual scientific data concerning masks.

She also made the school board aware that the children simple “can’t breathe.”

Not only can they not breathe, but the masks themselves are causing far more harm to the children while protecting them and those around them from nothing!

Take a look and you’re gonna want to check this mama bear on and follow in her footsteps at your local school board!

Cross-posted with Sons of Liberty Media


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