School Banned ‘Red, White, Blue’ Tribute as ‘Racially Insensitive’


In uber-progressive Washington state, they’re so politically insecure that they won’t allow high school students to support America by wearing patriotic colors. Not even on the historic 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. The American flag and anything associated with it is considered “racist.” The word they’re really terrified of, so scared they won’t even whisper it, is “nationalist.”

School obsessed with racism

Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Washington is intentionally brainwashing students into believing the critical race theory drivel. The administrators are convinced that’s the most effective way to stamp out the real threat, patriotic nationalism.

How can we have a borderless one world government when people continue to believe their country is more special than any other country? The American flag is a symbol of freedom and laws. The last thing liberal anarchists want are laws. People might even get the idea that dusty and debunked Constitution thingy is still in force.

Students were totally mystified at the way their school so blatantly misinformed them that their planned red, white, and blue “Patriots Day” was “racially insensitive” and “offensive.” It’s only offensive if you’re an enemy of America. The parents should sue for intentionally misleading the children they are responsible for “educating.”

The only problem is that the majority of parents in the district agree with the censorship. America, they say, is “offensive to some individuals.” If that’s the case, shouldn’t they find someplace to live more to their liking? Venezuela perhaps?

A simple football game mushroomed into a huge controversy when the school announced on it’s student run instagram account “Red White and Blue Friday! Dress in your USA Best!”

A local radio host explains, the students “wanted to do something to remember the tragic events but staff intervened.”

Could cause offense

The school Principle was flabbergasted enough to pull the plug instantly because the nationalist symbols were certain to “unintentionally cause offense to some who see it differently.”

Students learned of the heavy handed edict through the morning announcements. One student reports, at “this point, I was fairly upset and confused as to why the theme was changed, so I went around asking students in our leadership.”

All of them were so drunk on the progressive Kool-Aid they believed what their official school programmers told them.

“They had explained that red, white, and blue was going to be seen as racially insensitive and may affect people in a way that we will not understand and for that reason that we were to change our theme.”

When a parent, who had been “offended” by the improper decision confronted Principal Chris Bede, she got the standard propaganda response and the administration refuses to budge an inch. “Our leadership teachers made this decision and explained it to students,” Bede emailed back. “I know tomorrow is 9/11 and understand the sacrifice and values our flag represents, but I think they just did not want to unintentionally cause offense to some who see it differently.”

While lots of parents and students are already offended by the ruling, nobody responsible for the school can explain who would be offended by red, white, and blue themed celebration. Other than Administrators and staff, that is.


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