Why They Silence Her At A Board Meeting Just Went Totally Viral…


The school board official cut a microphone of an emotional Nevada mother whose video has now gone viral as she read sexually explicit passages from a class assignment given to her high school daughter.

The now-viral video, which was shared by the Twitter account Libs of TikTok and spread widely on Tuesday, claims the student was “required” to read from “a graphic assignment,” which the mother began to cite before being “cut off” for inappropriateness.

Kandra Evans addressed the school board saying her 15-year-old daughter was given a pornographic assignment. But as soon as the mom, read the pornographic material to the school board members, they turned off her mic.

Evans then responded by saying “if you don’t want to hear these words, then why should my daughter memorize them.”

Libs of TikTok posted the now-viral video of the mom whom the school board members turned off the mic:

Right now, we smell some woke propaganda going on in Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV, which is the fifth-largest school district in the United States. 

More details of the incident from The Washington Times report:

An emotional Nevada mom has gone viral after school board officials cut her mic temporarily as she read sexually explicit passages from a class assignment given to her high school daughter.

Las Vegas news outlet KTNV confirmed Wednesday that Kandra Evans is the mother seen telling a Clark County School District board meeting that a teacher required her 15-year-old daughter to memorize the “pornographic” material for a class assignment.

“This will be horrifying for me to read to you, but that will give you perspective on how she must have felt when her teacher required her to memorize this and to act it out in front of her entire class,” Ms. Evans says in a video of Thursday’s school board meeting that has taken off on social media.

The video shows her becoming emotional as she begins reading from the materials in her hands: “I don’t love you. It’s not you, it’s just, I don’t like your d—- — or any d—- in that case. I cheated, Joe.”

“Forgive me, we’re not using profanity,” the board’s chairwoman Irene Cepeda interrupted, as Ms. Evans’ microphone seemed to be cut off briefly.

Another school board member called for “decorum” and told Ms. Evans not to “engage with the audience.”

The mother responded: “If you don’t want me to read it to you, what was it like for my 15-year-old daughter to have to memorize pornographic material and memorize it?”

After the exchange, school board officials allowed Ms. Evans to finish her remarks, which took up nearly four minutes of the meeting.

The mother claims that she met with the district with the help of a parent advocacy group. She said she is hopeful that the district will correct the situation without terminating the teacher.

Sources: WLT, The Washington Times