Am I hearing more students walking out of class? In my day, doing that would have caused either detention or suspension. But hey, kiddies have to complain about something!
Students at West Linn High School decided they wanted to skip class so they used Chick-fil-A as an excuse or that’s how I see it. LGBTQ students claimed they have been bullied at the school and were not happy that the school’s booster acquired a Chick-fil-A truck to appear at football games to feed the supporters.
Maybe one of the reasons why Chick-fil-A restaurants are always so clean and pleasant is that the LGBTQ’s boycott it, just saying. Why does it seem like the LGBTQ community leaders attack people for their beliefs while supporting the Democrat party policy of forcing urban school children to attend decades-long failed schools, permanently impairing them? But hey, what’s millions of impaired children when you have a nonissue to protest.
West Linn High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance organized the walkout and says the current culture at the school is not safe for LGBTQ+ students. They posted to Instagram saying students are being harassed in sports games and in classrooms.
There were also about 25 parents and family members present standing across the street from the school during the walkout.
The Gay-Straight Alliance is upset that a Chick-Fil-A food cart is allowed at high school football games. They say Chick-Fil-A supports anti-LGBTQ+ organizations.
Another group of students walked out of school Friday and were wearing “Make America Great Again” hats. They were waving Chick-Fil-A bags around and were mocking the group that had walked out to support LGBTQ+ students. [KATU]
Watch the above video, via Fox 12
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