A California mother decided to take matters into her own hands when she disagreed with the so-called “woke” agenda at her children’s school. Brittany Mayer, better known as Rooted Wings on Twitter with over 16,000 followers, voiced her concerns about the Encinitas Union School District at a meeting and posted her speech online on all of her social media platforms.

The conservative California mother was outraged when she learned that the school was hosting a family-friendly “queer Halloween party.” She called the school board members “groomers and pimps” for deciding to host the event, which she felt was too friendly towards the LGBTQ community.

“While we have a culture with a massive problem with child porn and child sex trafficking, you, a little school district board of adults, made the decision to feature an event to hypersexualize your children,” Mayer read from her script.

The mother said that the school board “got caught with your sparkly panties down” for hosting the Boo Bash Halloween event, in which star drag performers would show up to the occasion dressed as Disney villains. The event would also host trick-or-treating for the kids as well as games for them to play.

The school board recently sent out an invitation to an event that is not being hosted by the school or the school board. The event, which is independent from the school, has caused Mayer to take offense at how it’s being promoted.

Mayer was also very angry that the event was sponsored by Rich’s Gay Bay and Align Surgical Associates, who offer medical care to help people feel more comfortable with their gender.

“You all played the activist pimp for a surgical center and for a 21+ gay bar. It makes you groomers and activist pimps,” she said filled with rage. “And we won’t have those sitting on a school board who oversees the education of our children.”

Mayer wasn’t the only one who felt like young children shouldn’t be exposed to such an event. She finished her speech by saying:

“You all stepped out of line; you should be ashamed. There is nothing loving. There is no ‘let’s unite and include’ because the logical conclusion of that is diabolical evil. There are no boundaries, and you don’t get to slap ‘family friendly’ titles on stuff to cover your a**,” Mayer stated.

After she unloaded on the school district, other parents in attendance gave her a standing ovation.

Parents in the school district have become so outraged by a queer Halloween event that they’ve hired an attorney. This isn’t just any legal professional, but rather Paul Jonna who is representing the said parents of Encinitas.

Jonna stated, “a lot of people are just generally not comfortable with the idea of pushing drag queen shows on little kids, but separate and apart from that, I think the biggest concern with this event are the sponsors.”

What are your thoughts on the school promoting this event that sparked so much debate?