Watch: Elementary Schoolers Force White Kids To Say 'Black Lives Matter' Or Catch A Beating
Before beginning this article, I must remind you that it is actually impossible to be racist against white people. It's simply not real. So anything you may see in this post that even hints at that possibility is just a figment of your imagination. Got it? Good.
Ohio police are investigating an event that took place at an elementary school. Black students reportedly forced their white peers to say "Black Lives Matter" on camera and assaulted any who refused. The incident is being treated as an Anti-White hate crime (But remember, anti-white racism DOES NOT exist).
The incident was caught on video and showed two students leading another student around the playground while punching him in the head. The student was then tossed on the ground and was quickly followed by two others.
\u201cHorrendous. CCTV released showing white children being rounded up by black children at a school in Ohio, then forced to kneel and say "black lives matter" and assaulted. The race issue is so toxic. No kids should ever be treated like this.\ud83d\ude21\u201d— David Vance (@David Vance) 1677828783
The school district released a statement explaining that it won't disclose how the students are being punished: "The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) prevents the District from disclosing personally identifiable information or details about the discipline of a child to anyone other than their parent or guardian."
"Moving forward from this experience, the District is working closely with counselors, mental health experts, and multiple community partners and agencies to provide support to children and staff directly involved, as well as those not directly involved. The District will use this experience as an opportunity to strive for greater acceptance, grow and reinforce community connections."
It's shocking and incredibly sad that such racial division has now spread even to elementary schoolers. When I was a kid, I never though about the race of my peers. We were all just friends.
But on the bright side, good for these kids for refusing to bend the knee. That's more than many adults did during 2020's 'Summer of Love'.