March of the snowflakes! More high school students protest Trump’s victory [VIDEO]

March of the snowflakes! More high school students protest Trump’s victory [VIDEO]

For the life of me, I don’t know why these schools allow these walkouts. Nor do I understand a parent giving permission to a high school student marching against a newly elected President who hasn’t done anything yet. It’s very, very disturbing. Approximately 500 students walked out of various classes in several high schools to protest Trump in Maryland. They blocked traffic and police just monitored the situation.

Students chanted: “Not my president” and “Black lives matter,” as they marched from Blair High School to Wheaton Mall, ending at Downtown Silver Spring. These kids are being groomed as racist radicals. The schools claim they did not encourage the walk outs, but something tells me a number of teachers did just that. The students had to get a note from parents three days in advance. What kind of parent approves of this kind of behavior?

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From mymcmedia:

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“Hello Blair Families,

“As you may have heard, high school students across the nation are planning to walk out to protest current events. We are taking a constructive approach ensure “that “students remain safe on campus and that there will be minimum disruption to the school day and their learning. Some of our students are planning a peaceful “protest at “10 a.m. today, Monday, November 14.

Participation is voluntary and not encouraged by school staff. To ensure their safety, which is our TOP priority, we “are providing “a safe place (our stadium) for students. The time planned for the protest is 10 a.m. Students are to return to the school building at the end of period 3

“(11:07 “a.m.) to resume their day. Parents will be notified through our automated attendance system if their child is marked absent from any classes today.

“Students participating in this protest must bring a note from their parent/guardian within three days stating they approve this absence or they will be marked “unexcused. As always, students who choose to leave campus without parent permission will have an unexcused absence.

“MCPS Student Code of Conduct Freedom of Assembly

“Students have a right to assemble for discussions of issues of importance to them and to demonstrate peacefully. Students have a responsibility to consult with the “school principal to determine if the activity will be allowed during the school day, outside the school day, or during lunch, and the type of supervision required. “Students also have a responsibility to work cooperatively with staff members, take reasonable steps to ensure that the activity is orderly, and make up missed work.

“References: MCPS Regulation JFA-RA, Student Rights and Responsibilities

“If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Principal Renay Johnson.”

For many of these kids, this is a way to skip class and have fun. It’s the cool thing to do. I don’t think they really have a concept of what they are protesting or supporting. They were carrying posters that said catchy things like, “AMERIKKKA Was Built By Immigrants” and “Power To The People” with a hashtag for Black Lives Matter and a black power clenched fist.

This isn’t diversity… it’s racism and these kids are being spoon-fed hate. Especially of police officers, white people and their new President-elect. It’s the training of revolutionaries and should not be allowed. It may be the march of the snowflakes, but these cupcakes dress up in black power slogans and are turning red.

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