GET THE HELL OUT OF MY COUNTRY YOU MUSLIM SCUM. Fricken Muslim will wear a rag on her head but not put her hand over her heart.
While showing off her JROTC uniform, 16-year-old Heather Lawrence told us joining the army is her next big goal, to follow in the footsteps of her father and grandfather. “Our flag represents everything that our country is,” she said. (God bless this girl)
The teen says an issue over the American flag is why she was written up and handed a five-day suspension from Springstead High School this week for criticizing a Muslim student. Heather says the other girl was sitting down during the Pledge of Allegiance.
“You know, I made a not-so-kind remark (No, it was the right remark), and I do sincerely
apologize for referring to the thing on her head because that had nothing to do with it.” (Yes that had everything to do with it, she’s a raghead) Heather told us, “But I told her, ‘Why don’t she act like she’s proud to be an American?'” (Because she hates America, they ALL hate America and should be thrown out)
Despite the open apology to the girl who wears a hijab, (That was a mistake) Ahmed Bedier, President of the Tampa/Hillsborough County Human Rights Council, says Heather’s actions were harmful and the school was right for taking action. (The school should have suspended the raghead)
“But whether standing up or not, this issue’s not about the pledge of allegiance or anything else.” Bedier said. “This is about bullying and it’s about discrimination.” (No it isn’t, it’s about fighting Islamic jihad against Americans)
Bedier says the Muslim student’s family contacted him and claims she did stand up for the pledge. (No, she didn’t)
Meanwhile, Hernando school board member Pat Fagan says he doesn’t want to comment about the school’s decision to suspend Heather, but told us people, in general, should think before they speak. (No, YOU should be fired) The Muslim student walked away from Heather’s confrontation. A school staff member then reported the incident.
Heather’s dad, Mark, told us his family is not racist nor prejudice and hopes school officials will reduce his daughter’s punishment. “Respect one’s rights is the most important thing today for us as Americans to be appreciative of our nation,” Fagan said. (Get her out of that Dhimmi school)
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