(MY NORTHWEST) – A local school district forced a middle school teacher to remove a pro-police flag from her classroom wall. But the district allows Black Lives Matter and LGBT messages to be displayed.
The teacher at Marysville Middle School posted a Thin Blue Line flag in her classroom. It was meant to support the police. But according to documents obtained by the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH, the district’s human resources said the flag is a “political symbol” that could elicit a “disruption” in the classroom. She was ordered to take it down.
But why are BLM and LGBT displays allowed to stay up? While the district refuses to answer, the teacher’s brother says school staff indicated anti-police sentiment informed the decision.
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