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Former Loyola students call out teacher’s anti-mask posts on social media

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Several graduates from Loyola High School are disturbed by recent anti-mask and COVID-19-related conspiracy theories shared on social media by their former teacher.

The former students said they felt compelled to speak out after the private school failed to respond to their complaints and considering the current teacher’s social media page was public.“That’s very literally what he’s pushing, he’s saying that masks are mind control. ‘Don’t wear masks’ — it’s a terrible message to send to kids who could very well be spreading this (virus) more than anyone else,” said Ian O’Shaughnessy, who graduated from Loyola High School in 2000.

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