Florida school member who pushed for mask mandate at schools caught without face mask at ritzy indoor gala
A member of Palm Beach County school board slammed after seen without a mask during a ritzy weekend event and accused of hypocrisy after mask mandate for children at school.
School board member Alexandria Ayala was captured not wearing a face mask at a luxury resort while participating at the county's Business Development Board gala on Saturday.
The Palm Beach County School Board members abused their positions. They think they're bosses. They forgot “We The People” are the boss. They need to be reminded they work for the parents, taxpayers, and citizens of PBC. #Florida #palmbeachcounty @PBCSD @pbcgov @GovRonDeSantis pic.twitter.com/AJHc0iZxNg— Jack Furnari (@JackBPR) August 29, 2021
The photos were posted on the Facebook page of County Commissioner Robert Weinroth. In the below set of photos, Ayala is wearing the blue dress in the bottom left image:
And this person was advocating for mask mandate at schools.
"Children are forced to wear masks to go into public libraries. We are forced to wear them in a government building to attend meetings. And I feel it is hypocritical to mandate mask-wearing at certain times, but not follow their own guidelines," parent Josie Macahovec told WPEC.