A California beauty queen who gained notoriety for openly opposing gay marriage while competing in the Miss USA Pageant in 2009 has resurfaced for an anti-mask tirade at a school board meeting.
Carrie Prejean Boller, who went on record as saying "marriage should be between a man and a woman, no offense to anybody out there," is on record again, this time saying she would "make sure that none of you [board members] ever serve in a public space ever again!"
Boller went in on administrators and faculty at an Encinitas, California school board meeting. She declared the pandemic over, and declared children would be unmasked in schools, despite CDC guidance.
Boller's rant implied her children would be coming to school maskless with or without consent from the school district.
"We are going to be unmasking our children today," she said.
"We are declaring our freedom, tonight. We do not consent to the lies, fear-mongering, and abuse – you all know it's abuse."
Boller also told the school board she would campaign to replace any of the candidates after what she called "tyrannical leadership."
"I would love to run for school board to replace all of you. So I'm going to promise you tonight that I will campaign against you, I will I will fundraise against you, and I will make sure that none of you ever serve in a public space ever again."
Boller has also privately pushed the Big Lie on her social media, is anti-vaccine and according to her Instagram, she is still salty about losing Miss America in 2009 to Katie Stam from Indiana.
However, the pandemic is not over, with California being among 4 other states responsible for 40% of all cases in the country.