Government Corruption

7th Graders EXPELLED For Their ‘Patriotism’

In a move that has left many scratching their heads, a middle school principal has expelled a seventh grader and his two sisters after the student attempted to give a speech about patriotism during a school election.
The student, whose identity has not been disclosed, was running for the position of “commissioner of school spirit and patriotism” and had prepared a speech that included patriotic elements. However, the principal deemed the speech inappropriate and prevented the student from delivering it.
When the student’s mother shared the news on social media, the situation quickly spiraled out of control. The principal accused the family of violating the school’s code of conduct and engaging in a “smear campaign” against the administration.
As a result, the principal expelled the student and his two sisters, citing “serious violations of the Christian Code of Conduct and the Parent Electronic Communication Policy.” The family has since been notified that they will not be allowed to return to the school next year.
The incident has sparked outrage among many, with some accusing the principal of suppressing free speech and punishing the student for expressing his patriotism. Others have defended the principal’s decision, arguing that the school has the right to set its own rules and standards.
Regardless of where you stand on the issue, one thing is clear: this story is a prime example of the ongoing debate over free speech and the role of patriotism in our schools.
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