Students Told to Stop Chanting “USA! USA!” At High School Football Game Honoring 9/11 Because It’s ‘Racist’

Wednesday, September 12, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Cristina Laila
September 11, 2018

Students at a southern California high school were told to stop chanting “USA! USA!” at a special patriotic football game honoring 9/11 because it’s offensive and racist.

Students at Aliso Niguel High School in Orange County, California were told to stop chanting “USA! USA!” in Friday night’s football home game wherein students wore red, white, and blue to honor Patriot’s Day (September 11th).

The Gateway Pundit obtained an email sent to parents addressing this ‘controversy.’

In the first part of the email, Ms. Deni Christensen, the Principal of Aliso Niguel High School said two ‘offensive’ signs referencing Obama and Trump were removed.

“Dear Wolverine Community,

I would like to update you regarding a controversy that occurred regarding our football game Friday night versus Santa Ana High School; the information below will also be shared with media today.

Friday’s football game was our “red, white and blue” game, where students traditionally dress patriotically in USA colors for a home football game that falls in close proximity to September 11th (Patriot’s Day).
This type of game is intended as a patriotic celebration and is common in Orange County. Many schools have a similar themed game from time to time during football season if they have a home football game scheduled near 9/11. (Several other high schools also held such an event this past Friday.)

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One Response to “Students Told to Stop Chanting “USA! USA!” At High School Football Game Honoring 9/11 Because It’s ‘Racist’”

  1. Manuel

    My family has lived in the U.S. for over one hundred fifty years…damn good thing I was not still in school I would be in jail for assault. Would have slapped she/it out of this one.


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