According to reports, students who showed up to school unmasked in Loudoun County were separated from their classmates and forced into sequestration in gymnasiums and auditoriums. And in Frederick County, unmasked students were threatened with being sent home or even suspended for showing their faces.
A group of maskless students at Sherando High School, for instance, were escorted to the auditorium immediately after showing up to class. They were then told that they would be sent home if they refused to cover their mouths and noses with a Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) veil.
"Neither the principal nor the vice principal had ever used the phrase 'suspension' with me," said Sherando mother Annie Jones, who believes that school officials threatened students with suspension just as "a scare tactic to get them to comply."
Administrators at Millbrook High School also threatened unmasked students with suspension, according to parents from that facility. (Related: A Los Angeles public school forced unvaccinated female students to sit outside on the ground all day behind caution tape as punishment for non-compliance with the district's jab mandate.)
In Loudoun County, separation seemed to be the main compulsion tactic used by administrators. Nicholas Sanchez, a senior at Potomac Falls High School, says he was forced to spend the entire day in the auditorium under constant supervision. He could only leave to go to the restroom and had to be escorted by a school official every time he did.
"It's clear they're trying to break me," Sanchez told The Washington Free Beacon.
Sanchez was forced to wait more than four hours in the auditorium before he received any education that day. His friends, many of whom also oppose the mask mandate, chose to just wear them and avoid the conflict.
"I have lots of conservative friends who don't agree with the mask but put it on anyway to avoid confrontation or pushback," Sanchez said. "But I'm not taking it anymore. Just when things go in my favor, the left time and time again bends the rules."
The daughter of Scott Mineo, who attends the Academies of Loudoun, was also told that she either had to sit alone in isolation all day long or be sent home for not wearing a mask. She ended up going home only to also wait many hours for her instructional materials to arrive.
Meanwhile, Mineo and his wife spent the afternoon delivering pizzas to roughly 60 other Loudoun County students who were also sitting in forced isolation for not wearing a mask.
A total of seven school districts throughout Virginia engaged in these or similar oppression tactics, and they are all now trying to sue Youngkin over the matter, claiming the freedom to breathe "is in conflict with the Constitution and state law."
In response to these legal challenges, Youngkin told students and their parents to follow the orders of their principals until the Virginia Supreme Court has its final say on the issue. Meanwhile, Youngkin has promised to fight alongside parents to let their children breathe.
"We are disappointed that some are still not listening to parents who want to protect children's health and wellbeing," a Youngkin spokesman is quoted as saying.
"Data show that constant mask wearing can have harmful side effects on some of our children, and who better to recognize those side effects than their parents."
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