‘Patriotic Gear’ Banned From Arizona High School Football Game



TEMPE (INTELLIHUB) — Well it doesn’t get anymore anti-American then this folks–‘patriotic gear’ has now been banned  for anyone attending the football game at Corona Del Sol High School against rival Marcos de Niza High School.

The football game “which was supposed to have a USA theme” will now have no theme at all after the school decided that such a theme would have “offensive condemnations.”, as reported on Fox News Friday.


Moreover fans were “warned that if they wear anything deemed inappropriate” to the game they would not be admitted. This includes items such as “flags, and anything Trump.”

So basically if you wear or bring anything with the colors red, white, or blue you won’t be admitted into the game.

This marks the latest PSYOP taking place in U.S. schools; a movement that takes all the important principles of this Country, instilled by our Founding Fathers, and dumps them upside-down. This isn’t good people.

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This article originally appeared on Intellihub.com.

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