Camp Hill, Pa – Last night’s West Shore School Board meeting devolved to shouting and accusations being made by school board directors and public commenters.
Laura Bosso spoke during the public comment portion of the meeting. She criticized a school policy regarding the masking of students on district school buses, and the inoculation of children using a third party provider in district schools. She then accused school officials of disregarding their oath as elected public servants to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America, and of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Bosso was stopped by a school board official who insistently asked, “Have you traveled recently out of state on an airplane,” insinuating that airline masking policy should justify the masking of district students.
The school board official explained that he travels often for work, and had recently traveled from South Carolina, saying that he was forced to wear a mask on the airplane. The school board director then told another public commenter that he doesn’t believe her after she spoke out saying that she also recently traveled on an airplane but didn’t wear a mask.
Bosso insisted that it was her turn to speak, but the school board officials said that her time was up and she was done. Bosso said, “No, I’m not done yet.”