Florida Schools Are Forcing Students To Stand During National Anthem

Florida Schools Are Forcing Students To Stand During National Anthem

Florida’s Orange County Public Schools announced this week that their students must have parental permission if they want to kneel during the national anthem at football games. Click to continue.


14 thoughts on “Florida Schools Are Forcing Students To Stand During National Anthem

  1. Teach them what the Pledge Of Allegiance really means – Maybe have them listen to Red Skeletons meaning/ breakdown of the Pledge 🇺🇸🇺🇸😀🇺🇸😀🇺🇸🔫🇺🇸😀

  2. It is about time someone teaches our children respect for our country. This should never been stopped. Parents could help too.

  3. If people choose to live in the United States of America, the pledge of allegiance should be mandatory by federal law.. and you should stand to full attention for the our blessed Nation Anthem… If you don’t want to show this beautiful country and its soldiers the respect they deserve, then you should be forced by law to leave the country or face prison

  4. No,participation in all “patriotic displays” is voluntary . We are citizens of a country whose constitution enshrines free speech and and standing,sitting,or kneeling as well as choosing which songs to sing and pledges to give is free speech.

  5. Right. We don’t need a First Amendment in this country.

    Or, it only applies to people who agree with us.

    And if you don’t understand how this is a First Amendment issue, then you’ve never really understood the Constitution.

  6. I’m a teacher in a Florida high school that plays the pledge and the anthem every morning. Lately several students have refused to stand, so I repeated my request for everyone to stand then added ” or be prepared to explain to your parents why you chose not to stand”. A few of the seated students then decided to stand.

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  9. This American, and if you live within its boundaries you have numerous rights and privileges. I was raised to respect the flag and what its represents. I have relatives who fought in the Civil War and 7 family m who have se our country in the USAF. VERY PROUD. I have NO use for Draft Dodgers like our soon to be illegitimate President

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