After a parent raised concerns about mandates regarding Covid-19, the president of a California school board was caught swearing during a meeting.

Marlys Davidson, who is the president of the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education was picked up by a microphone cursing during the meeting.

Lauren Roupoli, a parent, raised concerns about mandates requiring students to wear masks in school.

She also questioned the decision not to give the Covid vaccination to children, arguing it was her belief that the risks outweigh any benefits.

Fox News reports Roupoli also accused a member on the education board of criticizing parents who raised their concerns. 

A parent named Lauren Roupoli (pictured) raised concerns over mandates placed on students requiring them to wear masks in class

Lauren Roupoli, a parent (pictured), raised concerns about mandates that students wear masks in class.

Her speech at the meeting was the met with a round of applause from other parents after she closed by saying: ‘We are vocal because we are our children’s biggest advocates.’ 

It was during this applause that Davidson was heard saying ‘f**k you’ through a microphone. 

KTLA reports that following the meeting, Davidson issued an apology for her remark in which she said: ‘I reaffirm my commitment to serve our community with dignity and integrity, and I hope they will accept my sincere apology.’

At present, California has imposed a state-wide mask mandate on around 6.7million students – a decision backed by the California Association of School Boards and teachers’ unions. 

This is just the latest in a series of clashes over the right to ask administrators about COVID restrictions and CRT curriculums. 

It was during this applause that Davidson was heard saying 'f**k you' through a microphone

It was during this applause that Davidson was heard saying ‘f**k you’ through a microphone

This week, a Minnesota school board chairwoman stirred outrage after footage of her demanding parents announce their home address if they want to speak at public meetings was shared earlier this week. 

Jodi Sapp (chairwoman of the Mankato School Board) opened the meeting on Oct 18 by telling parents that they can’t ask any questions unless they reveal their home address. According to the now viral video,

“Each speaker is required to give his or her name, home address and telephone number for the record. Sapp read aloud.

Each speaker has three minutes to speak. The board will notify the speaker when their time is up. Failure to stop speaking in time will result in inability to participate in future open forums. 

John Wicklund was one of the fathers who voiced objections. However, he eventually provided his home address. He tried to counter this by citing concerns that his house could be vandalized.  

He began: “My name’s John Wicklund. I live in Mankato.”

Marlys Davidson (pictured), who is the president of the Los Alamitos Unified School District Board of Education was picked up by a microphone cursing during the meeting

Marlys (pictured), president of Los Alamitos Unified District Board of Education, was picked up by microphone cursing during meeting

Sapp replied, “Could you please get your address, John?”

“I would rather not, because I get so much property loss and eggs from… fun people and their close friends.

She repeated, “John, you must give your address,”

Before being allowed to ask questions, he said, reluctantly, ‘I live at 5th Street.’

“How many acts of violence have occurred on school grounds?” How many sexual assaults were committed in this school district.

“You can say that the (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), are forcing you to do this, but government knows better.

Pictured: Chairwoman of the Mankato school board Jodi Sapp, who told a parent that he could not speak unless he announced his home address during a meeting on October 18

Pictured: Jodi Sapp (chairwoman of Mankato’s school board), who told a parent he couldn’t speak unless he gave his home address at a meeting on Oct 18

Mankato resident John Wicklund (pictured center with cap) was forced to publicly state his home address in order to speak during the school district's open forum on October 18

John Wicklund, a Mankato resident (pictured center with cap), was forced to publically state his home address to participate in the open forum of the school district on October 18.

Sapp did not respond to the dad in the video. He gave him a curt, “thanks, that’s the end” gesture.

Elsewhere, a mother-of-six who led the charge to remove sexually explicit books from school libraries has claimed federal law enforcement officials flew helicopters and stationed cop cars outside a school board meeting in Virginia to intimidate parents – after AG Merrick Garland was accused of treating parents like ‘terrorists’. 

Stacy Langton appeared on Fox News’ Fox & Friends on Wednesday and claimed that federal agents and unmarked law enforcement vehicles were seen outside a board meeting of the Fairfax County Public Schools last week. 

Langton claimed that there was a heavy federal police presence days after she and others protested against the Department of Justice in Washington DC. 

Langton believes she and other parents are being targeted by the feds and says she has received death threats in response to the protests.

‘I have threats against my children by name, I have been followed in my car with my children, they have my vehicle, they know where I live, and I don’t know who’s putting somebody up to this, but it’s obviously meant to intimidate me,’ said Langton.  

Stacy Langton

Attorney General Merrick Garland

Stacy Langton (left), mother of six children, hails from Fairfax County in Virginia. She forced the school system to remove explicit books from its libraries. She claims that federal law enforcement officials are intimidating parents who protest school curriculum and treating them like ‘domestic terrorists’. The right is Attorney General Merrick Garland

‘I’m not getting a lot of sleep right now, nobody’s sleeping in my house because we can’t be sure that we’re safe,’ she said. 

‘So, I understand Merrick Garland is actually testifying today at the Senate and he’s gonna talk about mobilizing the FBI against parents. 

‘Maybe he should mobilize the FBI into who’s threatening my family.’  

Langton posted a tweet on Friday showing a marked Department of Homeland Security vehicle that was operated by the DHS’s Federal Protective Service, the agency unit responsible for safeguarding federal properties.

Others on the internet claimed that Langton’s image was of Gallows Road, Fairfax County’s busy intersection, and that it was not of cars parked outside the school board meeting.

Social media users also noted the fact that there are several federal buildings in northern Virginia, and it is not unusual to see federal law enforcement personnel driving past.

Langton claimed that federal agents and unmarked law enforcement vehicles were seen outside a board meeting of the Fairfax County Public Schools last week. Langton said that there was a heavy federal law enforcement presence just days after she and others protested outside the Department of Justice in Washington, DC. But the image that she posted appears to show flowing traffic near where the school board meeting was held

Langton claimed federal agents and unmarked police vehicles were seen outside a Fairfax County Public Schools board meeting last week. Langton claimed that there was a large federal law enforcement presence within days of her protest outside the Department of Justice in Washington DC. The image she posted shows flowing traffic near the site where the school board meeting was held.

The school board meetings are normally held in a location along Gallows Road. However, Langton’s photo seems to show flowing traffic and not a lot as she suggested.

‘This is something that is incredible in America and it’s ridiculously un-American,’ Langton told Fox & Friends of the alleged law enforcement presence. reached out to Langton, Fairfax County Public Schools, and the Department of Homeland Security for comment.

Langton made the allegation as Attorney General Merrick Garland was accused of targeting Fairfax County parents protesting aspects of the school curriculum as ‘domestic terrorists.’ 

The Biden administration’s top prosecutor has come under fire over a directive the Justice Department issued earlier this month promising more law enforcement resources for schools amid a rise in tensions and threats at school board meetings over matters like critical race theory, coronavirus precautions and transgender bathroom policies.

In his memo Garland said there had been ‘a disturbing spike in harassment, intimidation, and threats of violence against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff who participate in the vital work of running our nation´s public schools.’ 

Tom Cotton, R-Ark.

AG Merrick Garland

Sen. Tom Cotton (left), questioned AG Merrick Grland (ight), over a DOJ memo promising to address the ‘rise in crimes’ at school board meetings 

While Garland never mentioned or referred to parents as terrorists, his memo came after the National School Boards Association sent a letter to President Joe Biden asking for help.

The letter claimed that clashes between the school board and parents could amount to ‘domestic terrorism’. 

The NSBA has since apologized for comparing parents to domestic terrorists. 

‘As all of you know, there has been extensive media attention recently around our letter addressed to President Biden regarding threats or acts of violence against school board member’, the NSBA wrote in a memo. 

“We wanted to write you directly to address this issue.”

“On behalf NSBA, I regret and apologize for this letter,” the NSBA stated. It also noted that there was no justification to some of the language used in the letter.

The NSBA had requested the use of measures such as the PATRIOT Act, which is commonly used to combat terrorism. 

Sen. Tom Cotton tore into Garland during testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, telling him to ‘resign in disgrace.’

Arkansas Republican, John McCain, said “Thank God that you are not on Supreme Court,” bringing up controversial subject of Garland’s failed confirmation to the court in 2016. President Obama appointed him and the former-Sen. Because it was an election year, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocked the confirmation. 

Cotton said to Garland, ‘You should resign with disgrace.’

Cotton inquired about a Loudoun County father, who was dragged from a school board meeting and taken into custody as he tried telling the room that his 15-year old daughter had been raped at Stone Bridge High School’s girls’ bathroom by a boy wearing a skirt.

Scott Smith said that Loudoun County schools went to great lengths to protect the child he called a’sexual predator’.  

Scott Smith was arrested at a Loudoun County school board meeting on June 22 after his daughter, 15, was allegedly attacked by a boy in a dress

Scott Smith was arrested on June 22 at a Loudoun County school Board meeting after his daughter, 15, was allegedly assaulted by a boy wearing a dress. 

Smith accused Smith of accusing the school for covering up the incident in order to protect its policy allowing students access to the bathroom they identify.

According to reports, the incident occurred on May 28th and Scott was taken into custody on June 22nd.  

The incident occurred two months later and the boy, who was not named as he is a minor, was arrested for forced sodomy.

In October, he was again arrested on separate charges for allegedly attacking another girl at a school. He is currently in a juvenile jail. 

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office stated that the boy was charged with two counts each of forcible sodomy (May 28 attack) and sexual battery (October 6 attack). To clear up any misinformation, the Sheriff’s Office released this statement. 

Smith was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after the June 22 meeting. He said he was trying to contain himself after listening to school board staff say they'd never had a report of a sexual assault in a bathroom, when that is what his daughter reported weeks earlier

Smith was taken into custody and charged with disorderly behavior after the June 22 meeting. After hearing school board staff claim they had never received a report of sexual assault in a restroom, Smith claimed he was trying not to get too upset. His daughter had reported it weeks earlier. 

Tuesday’s verdict found the boy guilty of forcible sexual activity and forcible fellatio. The boy will be back in court on November 15 to face his sentencing. 

Scott Smith and Jessica Smith are now sue the county for the alleged attempt to cover up the incident. 

“Do you regret your actions to Scott Smith and his 15 year-old daughter, judge?” Cotton asked Garland. Cotton stated that controversy was what prompted the DOJ’s intervention. 

Garland continued to say that rape is “the most horrendous crime I can think of” and that Scott is “entitled and protected under the First Amendment.” 

This is shameful. Your testimony is shameful. Cotton replied, “Your performance is shameful.”