Black Parents RAGE As Students Wear KKK Outfit To School, But There’s One Problem… They’re Black (VIDEO)

…and the nonsense RAGES ON!

Thanks to Mr. Colin Kaepernick there is a plague of stupidity spreading throughout the United States. (As if there wasn’t enough of that happening already under Obama’s rule…)

Students at High Schools and Jr. Highs are now taking it upon themselves to follow in his footsteps…of course, not because they want to take a stand for his ‘so-called’ cause, or because they feel victimized. Nope. Simply because, Colin did it, got attention…so why not jump on that bandwagon right? It’s what teenagers do at that age…

Which newsflash people…


Exhibit A:


You see what I mean? It’s over crowded and your head is always up someone’s rear end… so why even go there!?

Does anyone even know how to think for themselves anymore?

Apparently, not many because this High School just had an incident with their sports teams kneeling during the National Anthem, and ever since that moment…things have escalated. This is a real problem folks.

3 male students showed up to ‘Spirit Week’ in costume they are claiming to be ghost costumes.

Is that what this looks like?


Whether they really thought they were showing up as ghosts (spirits for spirit week) or if they really did have darker intentions…it does not matter.

Why? Because…Obama’s America.

The damage has been done, and innocence has been lost in cases like this. Everything is about race, regardless of whether it actually is or not. So no matter what the intention of these boys was, to Obama’s Americans…it’s the KKK, and it’s racist.

However… PLOT TWIST!

All three boys are minorities.

Not white boys…but brown boys.

Why does color matter? Well, it really doesn’t. If I were told to put a label on these would be ‘teenage boys’ not brown or white or black and yellow teenage boys… just- teenage boys.

But, I’m not Obama’s brainless American.

However, the reason why color matters to the Americans who ARE his brainless minions…is because it does not support their ‘Racist America’ agenda with 3 brown boys under those white sheets.

So now it’s a huge deal, and people are crying out about their hurt feelings, and sharing their rage on the topic.

When the truth of the matter really boils down to…a few teenage boys, trying to be ‘spirits’ for spirit week. Before this day, I doubt they saw racism or color in what they thought to be ‘clever’ costumes.

Now they have adults in leadership positions saying this kind of stuff…

“Since our kids kneeled at the football game last week, there’s been a lot of racial tension in the community,” said parent Dee Green. “Never would I have expected that students, or even families, would have taken it as far as wearing Ku Klux Klan paraphernalia to the school.”

“The last thing we need is to have any student regardless of race dressed up in that type of costume,” Browning told the public.

“This is not something that should be representative of the school,” he said. “I live in this neighborhood. I don’t deal with that kind of bigotry where I live.”

Racism is taught. Sometimes, and most times, by the very people who wish it gone.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions… is a saying, that exists for a good reason.

Now these kids have been burned by the plague I spoke of earlier. Their minds are changed, and next it will be their actions. Their innocence in skin color is gone. Fear, regret, humiliation, will now replace that innocence, and paranoia will set in. Is this racist? Am I racist? Are they racist?

Game Over.

This is how the cycle continues to plague our youth who grow-up to be the paranoid, weak adults we have now like Colin Kaepernick. Who do not have the skillset to seek out real truth.

Is there a way to stop it?


Will we?

I don’t know.

Here’s a video, try for yourself to see what’s behind the ‘face value’ …

I agree. Racial issues should be addressed, but not by further hatred, judgement or ignorant agenda. Teach the kids the true history of our nation. The suffering that others went through to get the freedoms we enjoy today. Our military then and now, and our civil rights activists from in the 50’s and 60’s.

They are not a separate people, they are one. Both fought for the freedoms we have today.

Why are we allowing their sacrifice to be in vain?

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