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Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Armenians Beat the Crap Out of Antifa at Calif. School Board Meeting

'Let's continue to work together, commit to having difficult conversations, ask questions, and maintain a civil discourse for the benefit of all students...'

(Corine GattiHeadline USA) A group of Armenian men beat up Antifa thugs and far-left protestors Wednesday outside a school board meeting in Glendale, Calif.

Residents in the area, known to have a large Armenian–Christian population, were becoming increasingly disgusted with LGBT propaganda and sexualization of their children in elementary schools.

The Gateway Pundit reported that the initial protests outside the Glendale Unified School District building were relatively peaceful, but violence between the approximately 200 protestors and counterdemonstrators erupted around 6 p.m. PST on Tuesday.

Despite the deployment of around 50 police officers, the situation soon turned into a massive brawl that officers were unable to break up.

Eventually, the officers ordered the protesters to disperse and threatened to use non-lethal force if they did not comply.

Several men were taken into custody, and there were a few minor injuries. The accused were facing charges of using pepper spray and obstructing justice, CBS News reported.

 The school district issued a statement asking for various stakeholders to come together in a spirit of cooperation.

“We work with parents as partners and encourage all parents and other caregivers to be inquisitive and engaged with what is going on in our school community,” it said. “Let’s continue to work together, commit to having difficult conversations, ask questions, and maintain a civil discourse for the benefit of all students.”

Meanwhile, disputes over LGBT instruction have become a major point of contention in California and elsewhere.

Recently, the decision to ban a book about notorious pederast Harvey Milk, a widely celebrated figure on the Left, once again brought the issue to the forefront of public attention.

At the Temecula Valley School Board meeting this month, the board voted 3–2 to reject an elementary school social studies book that mentioned the assassinated San Francisco council member and gay-rights pioneer.

That decision drew the ire of Gov. Gavin Newsom, who personally attacked the board members in a tweet.

“This isn’t Texas or Florida. In the Golden State, our kids have the freedom to learn,” he wrote.

On the other side of the country, as the Armenian residents in Glendale were clashing with Antifa, Muslim residents in deep-blue Montgomery County, Maryland likewise stood their ground in a protest against LGBT activists.

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