Idaho anti-masker rants that she has to 'dress like a freaking Muslim' with a Peruvian scarf wrapped around her head as a burka while attending college classes

 An Idaho woman attended a local city council meeting sporting an eccentric look that she claimed resembled a burka, voicing her frustration that she had to 'dress like a freaking Muslim' to get out of wearing masks while attending classes on her college campus. 

The woman - who identified herself as Katie Dugger - was among the many irate residents who spoke during Monday's city council meeting in Lewiston, Idaho, voicing their frustration with mask policies enforced because of COVID-19. 

Approaching the podium in a bright multi-colored poncho and floor length skirt along with a loud purple scarf, Katie went into a impassioned speech about how her life had been impacted since having to wear a mask. 

'I took last semester off at LCSC (Lewis-Clark State College) because of all this nonsense because I can not wear a mask, it doesn't matter why but it is very traumatizing for me to put on a mask, because of something that happened to me when I was a kid,' she claimed at the podium. 


The woman - who identified herself as Katie Dugger - was among the many irate residents who spoke during Monday's city council meeting in Lewiston, Idaho

The woman - who identified herself as Katie Dugger - was among the many irate residents who spoke during Monday's city council meeting in Lewiston, Idaho

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Dugger wore a multi-colored poncho and a floor length skirt along with a purple scarf. She would share that the scarf came from Peru

Dugger wore a multi-colored poncho and a floor length skirt along with a purple scarf. She would share that the scarf came from Peru

Dugger then turned to her 'beautiful outfit,' which she clarified came from Peru.  

She continued: 'I'm wearing this because the only way I could go to school today was because I had to act like I had on a freaking burka and go like this so I could go to school and cover my face like I am a Muslim because I can breathe through this at least. 

'This is thin enough that I can breathe through it... so the way for me to go to school and get my education is I have to dress like a freaking Muslim.'

The woman soon became overcome with emotion, describing the current situation as 'terrible.' 

'I'm wearing this because the only way I could go to school today was because I had to act like I had on a freaking burka and go like this so I could go to school and cover my face like I am a Muslim because I can breathe through this at least,' she said at the meeting

 'I'm wearing this because the only way I could go to school today was because I had to act like I had on a freaking burka and go like this so I could go to school and cover my face like I am a Muslim because I can breathe through this at least,' she said at the meeting

Dugger added: 'You think the virus is smart enough to say "oh my god she has on a burka, I think I'll stop right here and not infect her or anybody else"'

Dugger added: 'You think the virus is smart enough to say "oh my god she has on a burka, I think I'll stop right here and not infect her or anybody else"'


'I want to go to school, I want to make this a better place,' she sobbed. 'I want to get my degree.

'This thing was wrapped around my head all day, I was at school for nine hours today and because of this thing around my face, my face was just dripping, dripping and I am trying to do homework, I am trying to do classwork,' Katie continued. 'I can't focus.

Katie told people to wear a mask if they felt they needed to while voicing her skepticism for the vaccine

Katie told people to wear a mask if they felt they needed to while voicing her skepticism for the vaccine

'Do you think these kids, in these schools can focus on their work when they are getting rashes, they are getting infections. 

The irate anti-masker then went on to mention someone she knew at the college that she claimed suffered an infection after she was forced to wear a mask following work she had done on her mouth. 

Dugger said that she was going to conduct a poll on her campus to determine if students actually wanted to wear masks before sharing with the council that she and others were working with an attorney on a class action lawsuit. 

She soon started crying again, explaining that she had to shut down her business of eight years because of the pandemic. 

Katie then voiced her frustration with taxpayers dollars going to 'plastic partitions and signs,' which she described as a 'load of bulls**t.'  

'If they want to get a vaccine, let them get a vaccine and get Bell's palsy and fall over dead two weeks later,' Dugger declared

'If they want to get a vaccine, let them get a vaccine and get Bell's palsy and fall over dead two weeks later,' Dugger declared

'What kind of people do we want to bring up where you have to cover your face and we can't see who you are, hide your identity,' she said.

'You think the virus is smart enough to say "oh my god she has on a burka, I think I'll stop right here and not infect her or anybody else."'

Before wrapping up, Katie told people to wear a mask if they felt they needed to while voicing her skepticism for the vaccine. 

'If they want to get a vaccine, let them get a vaccine and get Bell's palsy and fall over dead two weeks later,' Dugger declared.

Katie Dugger's appearance on Monday was immediately followed by her husband, Jeff Dugger, who continued on with the onslaught against masks

Katie Dugger's appearance on Monday was immediately followed by her husband, Jeff Dugger, who continued on with the onslaught against masks

'Idaho is conservative,' he said. 'We are supposed to be the ones who stand up. We still have our guns. They are coming for everything right now and they are starting off with this ridiculous mask thing'

'Idaho is conservative,' he said. 'We are supposed to be the ones who stand up. We still have our guns. They are coming for everything right now and they are starting off with this ridiculous mask thing'

'I just want to go to school. I just want to be a good person and I just want to do good for the community.'

Katie Dugger's appearance on Monday was immediately followed by her husband, Jeff Dugger, who continued on with the onslaught against masks.

Dugger advocated for letting 'herd immunity have its course' while he claimed that Idaho residents were being bullied by law enforcement and politicians. 

'Idaho is conservative,' he said. 'We are supposed to be the ones who stand up. We still have our guns. They are coming for everything right now and they are starting off with this ridiculous mask thing.' 

Both Katie and Jeff Dugger have repeatedly posted on social media how they do not wear masks nor plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Both Katie and Jeff Dugger have repeatedly posted on social media how they do not wear masks nor plan to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Both Katie and Jeff Dugger have repeatedly posted on social media how they do not wear masks. 

In a post when Jeff asked others if they planned on getting the vaccine, Katie Dugger asserted 'Hell No!'  

Idaho has just over 161,200 people who have tested positive for the virus, according to the state's official coronavirus website. Some 1,714 people have died. 

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