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School Board Member's Lies Reach Senate Committee

School Board Member's Lies Reach Senate Committee

by Rachel Marcero

3 months ago


LANSING- Today, lies poured out of the mouth of a Michigan democrat Senator describing a school board meeting the previous night where a woman was ejected for not wearing a mask. That senator was Dayna Polehanki, and she was told this misinformation from her chief of staff, Dan Centers.  Dan Centers just happens to be a member of the Livonia Public School Board, and he's also running for Livonia city council.

The Livonia public school board recessed for over an hour at Monday night's meeting to call the police on the unmasked woman. The Wayne County Health Department mandates masks in school for everyone.

 

Polehanki announced to the committee about receiving texts from Centers in a back room, saying that "School board members were overrun by hostile, screaming people opposing the school's mask mandate, which was administered by the health department." "The police were called, and it was ugly, and that's why I introduced a bill to stop it.

 

Police and an attorney were called to figure out how to have the woman removed from the meeting. The woman respectfully left after explaining her exemption, and police warned her that she would be arrested for trespassing if she attempts to return unmasked. So how could Dan Centers report all of this to Senator Polehanki without ever being in the room?

See the video of the police confronting the woman. Does this look like hostility to you?

 

 

 

 
From an eyewitness, the School Board President Colleen Burton lectured everyone about respect and fairness at the beginning of the meeting. Would you call this respect and fairness?  Leave your comment below!

25 comments


  • Moved to the community for my children’s education and like many others will be leaving because of the blatant lack of respect for parents, students, the law, logic, facts, etc

    VAl on

  • Any property owner has the right to trespass for any reason. That property belongs to the public. She is part owner, I suppose she could trespass the school board…

    Audrey on

  • These schools boards are defying parents the rights to be on property we as taxpayers OWN!! The mask issue is a blatant power thrill ride for school boards!!! It’s within the parents rights to NOT wear one – it’s a flipping medical device and it’s our choice to deny medical advice!! Moron school board! I hope she sues and they ALL lose their positions!! Time to vote in a new board!!

    Kathi K on

  • I see no hostile or screaming anything here.. I do see the Livonia Public school board constantly trying to rewrite the law and take parental rights away since the beginning of this School year which has done nothing but damage to our children mentally and physically! I could not be more ashamed of how the Livonia School Board has been handling these concerned parents fighting for their Constitutional Rights and well being of their children meeting after tireless meeting!! This panel and their nonsense needs to be stopped!! Seriously ..calling in law enforcement for not wearing a mask on a parent who produces an ADA letter?? Give it a rest! Let’s these kids get safely back into school without these health damaging masks so these parents can get back to making a living for their families instead of having to stay home and homeschool !

    Lysa Kowalik on

  • If this is at a public school board building the board is NOT the owner of the property. The taxpayers are and she is a taxpayer so she can not be trespassing. I would definitely sue them. If she wins, let them know that is they drop the mandates, they will not have to pay the lawsuit. If they keep them they will be paying.

    Susan on

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