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Two Mothers Arrested Due To Opposing Mask Mandates At GA School Board Meeting!



Two mothers who opposed school mask mandates and fought against the CRT have been arrested because they opposed the mask mandates, and one had a pair of scissors in her purse.

On Thursday, the event happened at the Gwinnett County Public Schools district headquarters near Atlanta, Georgia.

The first arrested mom is Karen Pirkle. She wanted to pass the security without a mask.

The Daily Wire reported that Pirkle didn’t want to wear a mask at an October school board meeting. The parents supported her and took off their masks.

“After misbehavior at the last meeting, a criminal trespass warning was issued, and that’s a letter that basically explains you’re not allowed to come on GCPS property,” said Sloan Roach, a spokeswoman for the school district.

“That was communicated with her, and then she showed up tonight still attempting to come to the meeting, so she violated that order.”

Pirkle was charged with violating a criminal trespass warning by attending the school board meeting regardless of the security warning.

One video was released on Twitter and showed four police officers attempting to handcuff Pirkle even though the woman didn’t even resist.

“She’s not fighting,” the person filming is heard saying.

“She’s not cooperating either,” replies the female police officer handcuffing her.

The second mother is Brenda Steward, and she was arrested because she tried to help Pirkle with her phone.

Brenda tried to help to take Pirkle’s phone, but as she wanted to give her the phone, the security saw the scissors in her purse and arrested her too.

Later, these two were thrown in jail and have spent a couple of hours there. Their fine was $1,300 for each.

Stewart told The Daily Wire that “she was never read her rights or told what she was being charged with until she was en route to jail.”

“They were extremely rough in a way that no parent, no mother, or no woman should be manhandled by a huge group of men,” she added.

Sloan Roach is the school district spokeswoman, and she defended the police reaction.

“In both cases, laws were broken, and our school resource officers responded appropriately,” he said.

The Daily Wire reported that Steward opposed Gwinnett County’s school mask mandate and is homeschooling her daughter, 9.

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