Last night, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors was blindsided when local MAGA enthusiast Tracy Matz burst into the meeting and treated everyone present to a mind-boggling display of stupidity and hatred during the public comment time.
Matz had reportedly spent months cocooned in her basement, absorbing a strict diet of conspiracy theories, misinformation, and cans of baked beans. Emerging from her hiding place, after reportedly becoming entangled in her own extensive collection of "Don't Tread on Me" flags, Matz made her triumphant return to local politics in the most obnoxious way possible.
According to witnesses, Matz arrived wearing a bedazzled "Make America Great Again" hat, a matching red cape, and socks emblazoned with bald eagles. Upon seizing the microphone, she launched into a disjointed invective on topics ranging from QAnon conspiracy theories to her adamant belief that the metric system is a "liberal ploy to confuse honest Americans."
"If we give in to kilometers, we give in to socialism," Matz shouted, as bewildered audience members stared in abject confusion. Matz's rapid-fire soliloquy continued, touching on topics ranging from chemtrails to the evil machinations of the Girl Scouts. Gasps and stifled laughter could be heard as she suggested that Thin Mints were being used to mind control the population, forcing them to buy more cookies, perpetuating a never-ending cycle of delicious coercion.
Matz continued by accusing the county of secretly planting 5G antennas in her teeth, citing "those damn tingly feelings" as incontrovertible evidence. She then segued into an outburst about the "deep state reptilians" and their sinister plot to turn the county's schools into liberal indoctrination camps where students are taught to worship "their precious Dr. Fauci."
In a surprisingly creative tangent, Matz insisted that wind turbines are, in fact, reverse fans designed to suck the air out of rural communities, part of an elaborate scheme to force residents to move to overcrowded cities where they would inevitably become latte-sipping, avocado toast-eating liberals. As the baffled board members attempted to maintain decorum, Matz turned her attention to a tirade against vaccinations and the concept of daylight saving time. She claimed that the extra hour of sunlight was a coordinated effort by "Big Illuminati" to brainwash the masses.
One county supervisor, who chose to remain anonymous, said, "I thought I'd seen it all, but then she started ranting about vampiric bat migration and veganism being an attack on the American steak, and I couldn't help but laugh. I've never seen such a glorious train wreck of words."
Throughout the harangue, residents in the audience were seen facepalming, eye-rolling, and praying for divine intervention. Miraculously, one elderly attendee achieved a full 360-degree eye-roll, which doctors are studying as a potential medical marvel.
Although Matz's time slot was originally set for three minutes, her diatribe lasted an impressive 37 minutes, only ending when her voice succumbed to hoarseness. Following her departure from the podium, the room erupted in bewildered murmurs, and many questioned whether the ordeal had been a fever dream. The chair of the board then gently reminded the crowd to keep their comments "brief and on-topic" in the future.
As of this morning, several attendees reported waking up in a cold sweat, haunted by visions of Matz's cape flapping wildly as she spewed her unrelenting nonsense.