(FOX NEWS) – A Pennsylvania school board president is facing calls to resign after confiscating the microphone from a woman who was speaking out against critical race theory at a West Chester School District board meeting on July 26.
Iranian immigrant and mother of three Anita Edgarian told "Fox & Friends" that, at first, she had "no intentions to talk."
But, after a long, daunting meeting and many remarks giving praise to the retiring superintendent, Jim Scanlon, she got up and expressed to the school board her concerns about critical race theory. During her allotted time to speak, she told them she grew up during the Iranian Revolution and witnessed her "motherland" being "ravaged by communism."
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