Former Disney Channel star Leigh-Allyn Baker just isn’t pleased concerning the masks mandate enforced in her kids’s Tennessee college district.
“My identify is Leigh-Allyn Baker, and I’m a California refugee,” the 49-year-old started her speech. “I gave up all the things there: a very profitable Hollywood profession, tv reveals. I gave all of it up for freedom and to return to this pleasant place in Tennessee and be greeted with open arms, and I adore it right here.”
She went on to inform the viewers that she herself has “two vax-injured kids, and so they have medical exemptions after the seizures and the hospitalizations in spite of everything of their immunizations,” including that she was “clearly” granted a medical exemption.
“And nonetheless, I might by no means put them in a masks as a result of their mind wants oxygen to develop, which the neurologists can verify,” she continued. “Anyway, the true a part of the clown present is that you simply all suppose that you simply even have the authority to mandate this.”
Baker, who has additionally appeared within the sitcom “Will & Grace,” added, “As a result of there are these books that I’ve and I’ve them as a present for you: the Structure, the Declaration of Independence, the Invoice of Rights, the Federalist Papers and likewise the Bible. These assure my freedom and yours and our youngsters’s to breathe oxygen,” Baker stated.
Her speech garnered a lot applause and cheers from the viewers. In response to the varsity district, the Williamson County Board of Training permitted a brief masks mandate that started on Aug. 12 and can run till Sept. 12.
Tuesday’s assembly, nonetheless, additionally erupted into chaos when some folks hurled threats and obscenities at well being care professionals and college board members following the heated debate. One man was noticed threatening, “We all know who you might be! You may depart freely, however we are going to discover you!” whereas others chanted “We’ll not comply!”
Baker portrayed a nurse and mother of 5 youngsters on Disney’s “Good Luck Charlie” for 4 seasons.