November 5, 2019
I’m down with this.
There aren’t a lot of cases where dressing up like a Nazi is okay in modern society.
The main, and most obvious case where this is acceptable is if you’re a young, cute Japanese girl.
No problems detected.
On the other hand, dressing up in Nazi biker gang costumes is never okay. Especially if you’re an overweight, angry looking dude screaming at cops.
But if you’re a little child dressing up for Halloween, that’s A-OK.
No problems here either.
Bonus points if you get your libcuck school staff suspended in the process.
The principal and a teacher at a Kaysville elementary school were suspended with pay after allowing a student to dress in a Nazi costume in a Halloween parade.
The image of the child — dressed in tan pants and a brown shirt with a red arm band adorned with a black swastika — began circulating on social media after the Thursday parade at Creekside Elementary. Many commenters expressed outrage at whoever allowed the child to wear the costume, while others supported the boy.
In a statement, the Davis County School District apologized for the costume.
“[The district] does not tolerate speech, images or conduct that portray or promote hate in any form,” the statement read. “The district is taking the matter very seriously and is investigating every aspect of the situation.”
Investigating a child’s Halloween costume…
Make sure to send the SWAT team to shoot his dog.
School district spokesman Chris Williams declined to name the faculty members who were placed on paid leave, but the elementary school’s website lists Steve B. Hammer as the principal.
The school hosts kindergarten through sixth grade students.
Schools in the district have faced criticism this year for alleged racism and religious insensitivity.
In May, a biracial student from West Point Junior High was left dangling by his backpack outside a moving school bus when its bus driver closed the doors on him and continued driving.
What does this have to do with the Nazi costume, though?
They’re just trying to further shame this school for daring to not micromanage everything their students do for political correctness.
Soon, a child dressing up like an Indian or whatever will also be enough to get everyone fired for “cultural insensitivity,” so stay tuned for even crazier stories next year’s Halloween.