Skip to comments.California students forfeit constitutional rights to Mexicans
Posted on 03/06/2014 11:25:43 AM PST by CharlesThe Hammer
Last week a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals panel affirmed the U.S. District Courts granting of summary judgment in favor of Morgan Hill Unified School District, a civil rights suit brought by high school students who were asked to remove clothing bearing images of the American flag after school officials learned of threats of race-related violence during a school-sanctioned celebration of Cinco de Mayo.
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SUE THEIR A&&eS RIGHT UP TO THE USSC!
Of course, I'm sure the school, the police and the feds would investigate if there were "threats of race-related violence" TO "a school-sanctioned celebration of Cinco de Mayo".
they would go to La Raza.....that Klan with a Tan.
What would be great would be a massive display of civil disobedience by the non-hispanic students. A Red White and Blue Day. It would be even better if people throughout the country did it. Fly the flag. Wear patriotic themed clothing. Celebrate America!
Every action like this causes a reaction. At minimum its going to make some of the young who were on the fence come over to the Constitutionalists’/patriot’s side.
how about the non-hispanics just stay home that day. from the link, hispanics make up 31% of the school population.
On Cinco de Mayo, wear a shirt celebrating the French victory at Camerone. See if any of the ‘celebrants’ have any idea what it means.
There you have it. Threats of violence now trump the Constitution. The Muslims must love this.
They don’t even celebrate cinco de mayo in mexico, not even in Puebla. Who would celebrate a victory against the french? That would be like celebrating beating a 3 year old at chess.
In Texas it’s celebrated by whites who want cheap margaritas.
Burn it down.
Naturally the school will have an Independence Day celebration, with fireworks.
Oh, the cordite.
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