An extreme, left-wing school in California has punished a seven-year-old girl because she dares to think that everyone’s life matters.
According to parent Chelsea Boyle, her daughter was attacked by school officials at Viejo Elementary in Mission Viejo, California, for drawing a picture in her first grade class upon which she wrote “any lives matter,” Kira Davis reports.
Boyle adds that the school severely punished and humiliated the girl in front of her classmates, but never told parents about the incident or punishment.
According to Boyle, when the parents of Jane’s friend saw the drawing, they called the school to complain, deeming it offensive to their family. Viejo Elementary School principal Jesus Becerra then, allegedly, sought out Jane to question her about the drawing. Jane was forced to apologize to her friend for drawing the picture…but not privately. Jane had to deliver the apology on the playground in front of her fellow students and school staff. On top of the apology, Jane was “benched” as punishment, meaning she had her recess time revoked and was forced to sit on a bench while her classmates played during their free time.
In an even more infuriating turn of events, Boyle says she wasn’t notified of the incident by school officials. It was not until nearly a year later, in March of 2022, that she heard about the issue from someone who was a mutual friend of both Boyle and the offended family. All of this had happened without her knowledge, even though Boyle was heavily involved in school activities and volunteered hundreds of hours in the classroom and for school events. She had been kept in the dark, and Jane, not fully understanding what had happened or what she had done wrong, had kept the incident to herself.
“My immediate reaction is just…I feel like I got hit by a bus, but I didn’t understand it. And I thought, oh, you know, my daughter has just been discriminated against,” the mother of the girl said.
The woman’s child said that the attack scared her and now she doesn’t want to draw anything for fear of being punished.
The mother added that she demanded an apology for the unwarranted attack on her daughter, but the school stood by its discrimination against the girl.
Now, of course, she is suing. And here is hoping that she bankrupts this anti-American, white-hating indoctrination center.Commentary