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Students Allegedly Threaten to Boycott Graduation if Kyle Kashuv is Valedictorian
"The kids are alright." - The Who, 1965
"The kids aren't alright." - The Offspring, 2004
"Hold our beer soy energy drinks." - The Kids, 2018
I get that Kyle Kashuv isn't everyone's particular cup of chai latte. He can be quite the troublemaker (see Kyle Kashuv Wrecks the Left’s Mockery of “Good Guys with Guns” and Parkland Teacher Investigated for Calling Kyle Kashuv “Hitler”). Him having the "wrong" opinion on guns can be triggering (pun intended). Just ask David Hogg. Whose head gets metaphorically shoved in the toilet. Weekly. Courtesy of Kyle.
So if you're a Hoggette, you're probably not happy to hear Kyle is ranked number one in his class.
Got some good news! Ranked #1 in my class of 856 students. #WINNING https://t.co/A75sZMVvJw— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv) 1526863863.0
The most vocal gun rights advocate in Parkland is also the top academic dog in his class. Smoke on that, gun control dweebs. Naturally, some students are so upset Kyle's kicking their butts while being pro-gun, they are threatening to boycott graduation.
LOL just got told that a bunch of students said they're boycotting graduation next year if I'm valedictorian. CAN'T WAIT TO HAVE EXTRA CAKE!— Kyle Kashuv (@Kyle Kashuv) 1526946897.0
If I were Kyle, I'd get himself a good lawyer (we know a guy). Something tells me some of his essays might start getting graded on a higher curve.
Also, who would boycott their own graduation just because some guy you don't agree with on a thing beat you out for grades? An idea for students who might threaten a boycott: less threatening something you likely won't do, more studying and reading actual books. Put the phone down. Go to the library. Pull a book from a shelf. Read it. Say hi to Kyle for us while you're there.