School district orders that students can't chant "U-S-A" at football games except right after the national anthem. WHAT?
Naturally you think that can't be true, so please feel free to click the link. The commissioner of the conference said fans will only be allowed to chant "U-S-A" right after the National Anthem.
The conference is also implementing restrictive rules on displaying flags and political banners.
I would LOVE to be an attorney in Michigan, since this is pretty much a guaranteed payday if anyone decides to sue. Cuz, y'know, we used to have something about "free speech" in that Con-thingy.
I can see how school administrators--most of whom are thoroughly socialist pencil-dicks--think they have the absolute right to order *students* to not wear flag T-shirts (already true in California) and to not fly the American flag on their vehicles (already true in California), or not to say they're pro-conservative, or that they believe in God, or not to pray in the cafeteria before lunch. But as long as schools allow *parents* to attend their kids' football games (and I wanna see 'em try to ban *that*), I'd like to see the pencil-necks try to order an adult not to wave a flag at a ball game.
Good luck with that case, assholes.
A Michigan radio sports show host said coaches and fans are "irate." "People are tired of being told what flag to fly or what political side to lean towards. If Colin Kaepernick has freedom of speech to sit through the national anthem, how can you keep the other side from expressing their opinions too?"
If someone had told you 8 years ago that this would happen in 2016 you would have laughed that it was totally impossible. And yet...