Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is racist: 10 y.o. students called KKK/Nazis

The Left have declared war on America.

Natalie Rubino reports for CBS46 that two students at Orrs Elementary School in Griffin (metropolitan Atlanta), Georgia, say they were bullied for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.

10-year-old Jason Newberry said that on the morning of Sept. 26, 2017, he and another classmate were bullied for putting their hands over their heart while reciting the Pledge of Allegiance: “Me and him got called KKK, Nazi, and we just kept getting bullied the whole day.

It wasn’t until his second period teacher showed them a news clip of NFL players kneeling in protest during the National Anthem that Newberry knew about the current controversy surrounding the National Anthem, the Pledge and other symbols of American patriotism.

The (unnamed) teacher polled the students to see what they thought was right or wrong about taking a knee (as if the students would tell the truth, given it’s the teacher doing the polling.) The teacher even told students that she would never stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and that if she did stand she would not really mean it.

A spokesperson for Spalding School District said the assignment was supposed to be a lesson on First Amendment Rights, but refuses to say if the teacher was disciplined for her comments.

In a letter sent home to parents the day after, the teacher wrote:

“I apologize for expressing my views to my students.  I recognize that while this was not a one-sided lesson, the topic itself and the expression of my views were not appropriate, my intentions were well-meaning.”

Some parents said they would stand with their children on Sept. 28 in front of the school’s flag pole when the National Anthem is recited over the loud speaker.

Here’s information on Orrs Elementary School:

Address: 1553 Flynt Street, Griffin, Ga. 30223
Facebook page:

Evelyn Jones, Principal:

  • Email:
  • Phone: (770) 229-3743

Given that Jason Newberry is 10 years old, he’s probably in 5th grade. One of these 5th Grade teachers is the one who told her students she will not stand for the Pledge of Allegiance:


24 responses to “Reciting the Pledge of Allegiance is racist: 10 y.o. students called KKK/Nazis

  1. No class, no principle, no honor. Just crass self-flagellation, absorption. Sorry, teach, but your FIRST responsibility is to your students–not your personal feelings. But, then, that would require a level of integrity and maturity you are clearly without. Parents! Step up and resist this leftist assault on American traditions and values. You’re the only ones who can restore the republic.

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  2. Captain Obvious

    My money is on “Princess.” Being the instigator

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  3. Portraits of darkness, tonnage, and ugly.

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  4. Kevin J Lankford

    I don’t understand….Just what was the circumstance of their reciting the pledge. If all students were involved what caused them to be singled out. Did this clearly unqualified teacher ask the class to recite the pledge and they were they only ones who responded. Just can’t see out it would have played out, other than it being some kind of intended trap.

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  5. Hot-lanta…

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  6. The left has a mindset of blaming the largest group of people possible for any given crime — whether perceived or real. If a cop shoots an unarmed black man, all cops are automatically guilty of racism whether the cop is proven to have acted out of racism or not. If he happens to be white, then all white people are automatically guilty as well. Now, standing for the national anthem is considered a racist act because one of our founding fathers happened to own slaves. WTF? Overlooking the fact that a nation itself cannot be racist and only its individual citizens can be, it seems that in every case the maximum number of individuals must be made guilty by the left. So, why doesn’t the left just protest the European community while they’re at it? Obviously, the so-called “racists” who founded this nation had their roots outside of it, right? Besides, didn’t Europeans also benefit from slavery? So, shouldn’t the left really be protesting the European Union and its flag instead? If the left is going to blame half of the U.S. population — themselves innocent victims of the Malthusian policies that have resulted in the status quo — while exonerating those very organizations that are probably the most guilty of bringing about the status quo (secret societies such as Skull & Bones, Freemasonry, etc.) then, they may as well be absolutely certain of catching the largest number of victims in their dragnet as is possible. After all, if the drunken buffoon left can’t do anything else right, they could at least shoot for consistency.

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  7. I bet we can guess which one is Candice Moore! Which ever one it was though, was lying when she said her intentions were “well-meaning”.

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  9. “I apologize for expressing my views to my students. I recognize that while this was not a one-sided lesson, the topic itself and the expression of my views were not appropriate, my intentions were well-meaning.”

    BS. She’s sorry she got caught. Guarantee you she’s expressed her views many times before this event and will most likely continue to do so. The indoctrination must continue after all… 


    • DCG. . . I’m with you . . . she is sorry she got caught! Isn’t it funny how very many weirdos who get caught are so very, very, very sorry. I don’t believe a word of it. I would say since so much damage has been done to the children who did not stand for the pledge of allegiance, that parent’s need to bring in someone like the EEOC, the two children who did stand were consequently bullied. Let the EEOC come in and find out WHY THESE TWO STUDENTS HAD THEIR CIVIL LIBERTIES AMENDED. This kind of activity is ILLEGAL in this country. None of the parent’s should just let this die because some lamo, insincere apology was given out of necessity. The guilty teacher needs to be shown the door . . . let her flip burgers at McDonalds. Talk about generational hatred, this is a very good example of such.

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  10. Griffin, GA is a cesspool anyway. The schools are sub par, the local gov’t awash in accusations of corruption and the crime rate sky high for a city of its size. It is not part of Metro Atlanta, though but elects people who were once part of the crony Atlanta system who are now moving out to surrounding counties to start new regimes. Areas once untouched, like Griffin, are now remade in Atlantas image: bankrupt, unemployed, decaying and being abandoned.

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  12. Whoa, dey sure do feed ’em at dat school. Imagine, a publicly funded school teaching such garbage. Kids listen to their teachers. They should be disciplined. I don’t care what they personally think. They are not paid to be there as lecturers on what they personally think.

    They are not supposed to be there to assist with the social engineering. There’s a brand new country in South Africa they can go to if they like.

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  13. In politics and in social culture & personal relationships within your family and community…I truly believe in the law of the harvest….which means….whatever these reprobates are all sowing now….they will “harvest” for themselves in their futures. What I see them sowing is hate, anarchy, entitlement attitudes, persecution of even the most naive, blameless, and innocent, like their own 10-year-old students……The socio-political culture is a heavy-swinging pendulum. It will one day swing back at them. Pay-back is a m_____—-well….you know.

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  14. That is a lot of beef on the hoof in that bottom picture. What have they done, eaten all the children?

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  15. A picture paints a thousand words…


  16. Not to mention, that all this denigration of European Americans (and Asian Americans, coming soon or to a minor extent if already there) could be thought of as Satanic in the context of Satanism’s four main tenants as exposed through explanation by Mark Passio, which are narcissistic self-preservation, moral relativism, social Darwinism and eugenics (coupled with dysgenics, I think).

    For more details, read the Following URLs:

    I hope, as a European-American Euro-mutt, that I don’t have to resort to the tactic of agreement and amplification using Bendy the Dancing Demon from the recent horror game “Bendy and the Ink Machine”.


  17. I’d get my kids out of that school. It’s run by Blacks and probably full of them too. That’s in no way a safe place for a White child.


  18. “10 y.o. students called KKK/Nazis”

    So, they’re democrats?

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  19. I’m a minority 1st generation American. The teacher in question that bullied the poor child is WAY OUT OF LINE! No adult has the right to bully a child ESPECIALLY a child that is not theirs. As a father I would be livid at ANYONE that would do such a thing. KEEP YOUR DAMN POLITICAL VIEWS TO YOURSELF and if you can’t then QUIT your job.

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