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This is Kyle Reyes:
Kyle is a successful entrepreneur who founded the Silent Partner Marketing Company out of Connecticut. He caught national attention a couple years back when they had him on Fox News to talk about how he gave potential employees a “snowflake test” which basically weeds out whiny, lazy people who believe the world must change for them when they are offended while at work, instead of the other way around.
But his company does a lot of great things besides weed out snowflakes:
- They offer an annual scholarship to an alum of his high school going to college, and to an alum going on to the military to help cover travel expenses to the family.
- He runs “Operation Innocence,” a nationwide task force which comes up with “common sense solutions” to combat and stop school shootings.
- Silent Partner Marketing runs marketing campaigns for schools and universities across the country.
- They do volunteer work with student entrepreneurship programs in high schools across Connecticut.
Kyle is a graduate of Southwick-Tolland (and Granville) Regional High School. You ever look at a map of Massachusetts and ask, “what the hell is that thing that looks like it’s penetrating Connecticut?” That’s Southwick. It’s a small town, with a small high school in the middle of nowhere.
Southwick Regional is dedicating a foyer in the high school to three of their graduates who sacrificed their lives for their country – William Alamed killed in Vietnam in 1970, Steven Wentworth killed in Beirut in 1983, and Travis Fuller killed in Iraq in 2005.
For the dedication ceremony they wanted a keynote speaker, and Kyle was a no brainer since he’s very successful and has somewhat of a national profile. So the local VFW reached out to him to speak, which he agreed to do. Normally Kyle charges to speak as it’s part of what he does for a living. He recently was flown to Utah to speak to a high school there in front of 2,000 students.
But because it was his alma mater and because he’s very outspoken about his support for our men and women in the armed forces, he was more than happy to speak at the dedication for free. He was booked and ready to go.
However, after this was announced second year superintendent SJW extraordinaire, Jennifer Willard, began to do some research on him.
She also has a background in counter-terrorism operations. Because as you can see…..
She once saved Paris from ISIS by using a Facebook filter.
Keep in mind that just like MANY superintendents, Jennifer Willard has no connection to the Southwick community whatsoever. She’s a professional climber, who applied for superintendent gigs as close as West Springfield and as far as King Philip Regional in Wrentham. And when she found out that Kyle, who has a deep rooted connection to the community, is a conservative, she decided that he was no longer welcome to speak at the dedication.
Why? Well, apparently because of his views on social issues. This was the actual reason given. Ya see, Kyle believes in the crazy theory that people with dinky-doodles are boys. And just because they announce that they are women and use the girl’s bathroom doesn’t change that fact.
And as a result of his personal views on social issues regarding transgenderism, he has been barred from speaking by both Superintendent Willard and principal Joseph “boy’s regular” Turmel.
“We promote inclusiveness of the school, specifically students and teachers who may be homosexual or transgender, who might feel uncomfortable because of Kyle’s conservative values.”
Ya got that? Transgender students and/or teacher COULD be offended by his presence. I swear to God, you can’t make this stuff up. Kyle’s mere presence may be too much for some students to handle because of his opinions on non-related topics. And instead of them learning to just DEAL WITH IT, he can’t come anymore.
Keep in mind, he wasn’t going there to give a speech about who should use what bathroom. He wasn’t there to talk about gay marriage or push his political views on anyone. He was there to honor three veterans who sacrificed their lives for their country and happened to have graduated from Southwick Regional.
But that doesn’t matter, because he also has opinions on unrelated topics that the superintendent doesn’t agree with, and some people might find offensive. This is the world we are living in today. A world where the POTENTIAL feelings of one or two students with mental illnesses are more important than your right to disagree with them, even though the speaker wasn’t even going to talking about any of those issues the students MIGHT take offense with. Kyle was literally just flown across the country to speak to a school in Utah, but he can’t even speak at his OWN high school.
Remember, he was chosen largely because of his support for the military and the fact that he is a graduate of this high school, and has a rather large profile. Now imagine if Rachel Maddow graduated from Southwick. What if her personal opinions on abortion offended some students? Would she be cancelled? Of course not. Because Rachel Maddow’s opinions are “right” and Kyle’s are “wrong.” This is the world we are living in today – a world where opinions are no longer really opinions. They’re either true or false. And Kyle’s opinions are apparently all false.
The bottom line is that Principal Turmel and Superintendent Willard have ZERO TIES to this community. The soldiers who died for their country all had ties to Southwick. The VFW who booked Kyle has ties to the community. Kyle Reyes has ties to the community. And these carpetbagging climbers, who more than likely are already looking for greener pastures in bigger school districts (because these people are ALWAYS thinking about the next mov), and really are not invested in the community at all, have banned a member of the community from speaking at his high school. And all because some students COULD be offended by his personal opinions on unrelated topics.
Welcome to America, 2018.
Jennifer Willard: 413-569-5391, email: [email protected]
Joseph Turmel: 413-569-6171, email: [email protected]