You know a country is ruled by its enemies when displays of patriotism are forbidden:
Austin Medeiros said he has always felt an urge to be patriotic. The Camarillo High School student has chanted “USA, USA” after the singing of the national anthem at sporting events and student rallies and worn a U.S. flag bandanna, he said.
With the Rio Mesa High School boys basketball team set to visit Camarillo High on Wednesday night, Medeiros joined three friends in wearing the bandannas to the game. But he and Stefan Valenzuela said their display of patriotism led to their ejection from the game, along with two friends.
Apparently they were also suspended for five days, although the suspensions were then rescinded and denied by slippery educrats. Principal Glenn Lipman explains that the kids were kicked out because:
“We wanted to make sure (the chant) wasn’t racially motivated, and I told the kids I just want to be sensitive to the feelings of everybody.”
Everybody who doesn’t love America, that is.
On tips from Bill T, Christopher T, and Henry.