Reader Email: My son went on a class trip to Washington DC last year. Some of the kids bought MAGA hats and doo-rags while they were there. Apparently the teachers lost their minds. We’re just finding out about this now. We just recently found this video.
Here’s the transcript of the video:
I have noticed some extremely inappropriate behavior. Those of you who purchased doo-rags will not be wearing them anywhere else. What you are doing is appropriating someone’s culture. You are in public. People don’t know you. You get get……hurt, if something happens, if someone sees you. It is NOT funny, it is extremely racist. So from now on you are not wearing any hats of any kind off the bus, you can wear them in the hotel, they are not coming on the cruise. And if you have a problem with that you can sit next to me and Mr. (inaudbile) back to the hotel by yourself. We will not be doing any visiting today, I’ve already decided. I hope that we can have a good time on this cruise. You showed us this morning that you can behave yourselves but then apparently lost it. You are making this trip bad for yourselves and for everyone else.
Oh for fuck’s sake. I can’t even see this woman’s face and I already know exactly what she looks like.
Oh there she is! Turns out stereotypes exist for a reason.
Her name is Kelly Proulx and she’s a 6th grade teacher at South Middle School in Braintree.
Who better to lecture kids on what is and isn’t racism than a while woman who teaches in Braintree? Just to be clear – if you think that wearing a doo-rag is racist, it’s probably because you’re a racist.
If you use words like “culturally appropriation” and you’re not doing so in order to mock social justice warriors, you’re probably a white person who’s trying, way, way too hard to earn woke points.
If you tell kids that they’re racist for wearing MAGA hats or doo-rags, and then you ban them from wearing those head items in public, then you have no business teaching.
Believe it or not, some white people have been known to wear doo-rags too. The fact that you think wearing doo-rags is part of black culture, and that white kids who wear them are mocking black people, tells me how sheltered and brainwashed you are by propaganda.
The fact that you think that black people just go around “hurting” children who wear doo-rags in public, shows me how little you actually interact with black people, and how animalistic you consider them deep down inside.
Then again, she’s basically Martin Luther King Jr because she went to a Patriots game a few years ago and told the players they were allowed to kneel.
Not all heroes wear capes. Some of them wear pretentious hipster glasses.
Although calling a bunch of black football players “boys” when they’re actually grown adults, is significantly more racist than wearing a doo-rag in public. As is the fact that you think that black men need your permission in order to do something. Just sayin.
But guess what turtle bitches? The woman who gave her a high five was black!
In the face of racism this one brave white woman had the fortitude to not only tell black men that they had her permission to kneel, she didn’t care about the glaring looks she got from people. She used her white privilege because she ran out of fucks to give quite some time ago.
So stunning. So brave.
Whenever I see a story like this the first thing I do is go to their social media and go back to November 9, 2016, because you ALWAYS find something like this.
That right there explains why she’s now calling children racists for wearing a hat that supports the guy who won the election the day before.
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