Students Called Racist for Wearing Red, White and Blue – Apologize For Offending Refugees
Des Moines, Iowa – Students from one Iowan high school apologized to another Iowan high school when people (refugees) found their red, white and blue attire offensive.
Yes, you read that correctly. It is now racist to wear the colors of the American flag.
Daily Caller reports:
Supporters of the Des Moines North High School basketball team, many of whose players are from refugee families, were offended when fans of Valley High School’s basketball team wore red, white and blue last week, The College Fix reports.
“This is an example of BLATANT racism,” said Ty Leggett, a Valley High School alum, on the Valley High School – WDMCS Facebook page. “ALL participating should have been pulled and banned from ALL VHS extracurricular events for the remainder of the year! As a parent, I’d be mortified that my son or daughter thought this way, acted in this fashion and refrained from taking a stand against this 21st century inexcusable behavior!”
Erin Ness Carter, a mother living in the Iowan district, remarked that “for the supporters of one team from a primarily white part of town to paint themselves as the ‘team of the USA’ it strongly implies that the other team, the less white team, is less American.”
Some individuals defended the Valley High students.
“Now we can’t wear USA stuff without making someone upset?” asked Melissa Fraas-Bader, another Valley High alum. “Oh please….”
Why on earth did the students apologize? The reason why these leftists and refugees have become so brazen is because they know they can bully people into submission. If you’re so offended by the colors of the American flag, then GET OUT. The American flag represents all races for Americans. We should never let immigrants come here if they don’t respect the American flag and what it stands for.
Read the rest of the report here.
THIS IS THE USA! High School Students Labeled Racist For Wearing USA Colors! https://t.co/jQXwtTmvW3
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