American Flags Bad – Mexican Flags Good… in American Schools

The courts and their pontificating judges have gone crazy. We shouldn’t be surprised if judges who don’t know the difference between male and female anatomy don’t know the difference between America and Mexico and the American flag and a foreign flag:

“The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals let stand its February ruling in favor of Live Oak High School administrators, who argued that a history of problems on the Mexican holiday [Cinco de Mayo] justified the decision to act against the American flag-wearing students. Officials at the Morgan Hill school ordered the students to either cover up the shirts or go home, citing past threats and campus strife between Latino and white students that raised fears of violence.”

“This is a classic case of the heckler’s veto, something that is sadly prevalent on the left as Tolerance supplants God as the source of our morality, where a speaker is silenced by the government if a sufficiently loud opposition can be found. In this case, the students wearing the flag were faced with threats of violence and rather than punishing the racist thugs who were making the threats, free speech was prohibited. All of this in defense of a ‘holiday’ that has less cultural legitimacy than Kwanza.”

One more point needs to be made. The Mexican students accused the “white” students of “racism.”

“One Mexican student responded, “But [Principal] Rodriguez, they are racist. They are being racist. F*** them white boys. Let’s f*** them up.”


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