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Georgia school forced boy to change his ‘Fake News Network’ shirt before CNN field trip

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Two Georgia elected officials are fighting back after their 7th grader son’s school refused to allow him to wear a “Fake News Network” shirt on a field trip to visit CNN last week.

Nancy Jester, a county commissioner, and Stan Jester, a member of the local school board, said the “FNN” shirt was their son Jaxon’s idea.

The parents said that their son’s First Amendment right was violated by the teacher and Cedar Grove High School in Dekalb.

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“This year when the CNN tour was announced, my seventh-grade son Jaxon asked me if he could purchase an FNN-Fake News Network shirt to wear for his field trip,” Stan Jester wrote in his blog. “As an advocate for the First Amendment, I agreed to his request.”

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The post continued on to say that Jaxon’s “mother cautioned him that he might cause a controversy and needed to be prepared for that and he was fully aware of the implications of his decision and made the affirmative choice to wear his shirt.”

The angry father also noted that the school had allowed students to take a knee during the national anthem before a playoff game in October, arguing that the would not interfere with their freedom of speech.

“If students should elect to express their free speech rights, we want to create and provide a safe space to do so. The goal is not to interfere with the students’ constitutional right to freedom of speech,” a statement from Cedar Grove High School about students taking a knee read.

While the local media has turned the issue into a debate about whether or not the parents should have allowed Jaxon to wear the shirt at all, Stan Jester maintains that he supports free speech for all — which naturally includes his own son.

“I’m disappointed by the hypocrisy of this decision. Some students are celebrated when they make a controversial display during the National Anthem. My student was forced to remove his shirt because someone didn’t like it. I defend speech and expression, even if I disagree, or it makes me uncomfortable,” Stan Jester wrote.

The school has now apologized to the Jesters, but the parents want them to provide an apology directly to their son.

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Anarchist “Boogaloo Bois” Shouting “Justice for Floyd” Shot at Minneapolis Police Precinct in May, Media Still Calls Them “Far-Right”

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Someone belonging to the anarchist group known as the “Boogaloo Bois” shot at the Minneapolis Police Department’s Third Precinct and shouted “Justice for Floyd” back in late May, according to a sworn FBI affidavit. Yet the media, specifically the Minneapolis Star Tribune in this case, has still incorrectly referred to the Boogaloo movement as “far-right.”

The Boogaloo Bois participated in the riots following the death of George Floyd, clearly on the side of anti-cop social justice warriors and people simply looking for trouble. The media, however, tries to downplay this fact by characterizing the Boogaloo Bois as a “far-right” movement looking to “hijack peaceful protests,” when in reality they are anarchists or extremist libertarians who feel the same way about George Floyd as BLM, Antifa, et al.

Big League Politics has written about the Boogaloo Bois before. Boogaloo-affiliated individuals were charged in the allegedly FBI informant-driven plot to kidnap Gretchen Whitmer, the governor of Michigan. Boogaloo-affiliated individuals were also charged after conspiring with Hamas to overthrow the US government.

To the deep state, “white supremacists” and “right-wing extremists” represent the real danger to America, not BLM and Antifa:

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The State Department is warning that white supremacist terror is “on the rise and spreading” at a point in time in which the entire country is on fire because of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and ANTIFA agitators.

“The threat posed by racially or ethnically motivated terrorism (REMT), particularly white supremacist terrorism, remained a serious challenge for the global community,” the State Dept. wrote in their report.

They point to a handful of isolated incidents throughout 2019, such as a mosque shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand and a racially-motivated spree shooting in El Paso, Texas, to make the case about the supposed threat.

The report claims that the white supremacists “increasingly target immigrants; Jewish, Muslim, and other religious minorities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and/or intersex (LGBTI) individuals; governments; and other perceived enemies.” Meanwhile, white people are beaten senseless in cities by racist black thugs on a daily basis, but the feds aren’t concerned with that.

The deep state has been doing public relations for the anti-American rioters since they have made their power play, using the death of drug-addicted serial felon George Floyd to unleash their Marxist cultural revolution.

Suffice it to say that the Boogaloo movement consists of nothing more than crackpots and useful idiots. They’re neither white supremacists nor right-wingers, but the deep state and their media allies characterize them as such in order to fan the flames of fear and strengthen their grip on power.

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