Banning The Confederate Flag Was Only The Beginning. Now A South Carolina High School Principal Has Banned The American Flag


Lou Lavely, the principal of Travelers Rest High School in South Carolina, banned the American flag at a football game, claiming it “could” be used to taunt opposing teams. Berea High School, Travelers Rest’s opponent on August 26, has a large Hispanic enrollment.

Lavely claims that he was preventing the flag from being used in an improper “taunting,” unsportsmanlike manner, and his decision was made in the interest of “the safety and well-being of all in attendance at school events.”

Translation: “I’m a pussy and a career parasite, and I will justify my six-figure salary by looking down my nose at the very people who pay my salary and tell them what they are allowed and not allowed to do, whether they like it or not. I understand that it is far safer and more politically correct to screw those who have no defense against the parasitic machine, from the White House, down. It is open season on whites, patriots, and Christians, and I am only piling on and doing what any pussy and career parasite would do.”

Patriotic students attempting to enter the stadium with the American flag were denied entry, sparking an outrage on the school’s facebook page, and forcing the moron principal to reverse his decision. One Travelers Rest student, Hunter Ballew, who was denied entry, said the principal was trying to “strip young Americans the right to proudly boast this Nation’s flag.”

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