The gender fanatics strike again

This time it is a 12 year old kid who set them up and trolled them royally.  From Behind the Black:

The shirt that offended teachers at Nichols Middle School
Liam Morrison, wearing the evil shirt that he wore the second time teachers at Nichols Middle School sent him home.

They’re coming for you next: When 12-year-old Liam Morrison came to Nichols Middle School in Massachusetts on March 21, 2023 wearing a T-shirt with the words “There are only two genders” on the front, two teachers pulled him from class and told him he would have to remove the shirt or he couldn’t return to class. He refused, and so his father came to pick him up.

The teachers claimed he was causing a disruption, that some other unnamed students felt unsafe seeing the shirt. Liam however had experienced the exact opposite. Not only did he hear no complaints, he found many other students telling him they liked the shirt and wanted one for themselves.

Rather than retell his tale in its entirety, however, let’s hear it from his own mouth. I have embedded below Liam Morrison’s statement to the Middleborough School Committee on April 13. Note how clear and articulate he is. If I had to guess, he is getting a lot of education outside of his Massachusetts public school, because based on these events I would have no faith they are teaching him anything of value.

In the below video go the 9 minute 40 second mark.  Take it away, Liam!

Clearly, 12-year-old Liam Morrison understands the first amendment far better than his teachers. As he noted:

I have been told that my shirt was targeting a protected class. Who is this protected class? Are their feelings more important than my rights? I don’t complain when I see pride flags and diversity posters hung throughout the school. Do you know why? Because others have a right to their beliefs, just as I do.

…I know that I have a right to wear a shirt with those five words. Even at 12 years old, I have my own political opinions and I have a right to express those opinions. Even at school. This right is called the First Amendment to the Constitution.

A more succinct definition of the First Amendment would be hard to find anywhere, even in the writings of Thomas Jefferson or John Adams.

This story however does not end here. On May 5th Liam returned to school wearing this shirt, but this time the words “only two” were covered by the word “Censored.” His family had already hired the Massachusetts Family Institute (MFI) to represent Liam, and were prepared to sue if school officials did anything inappropriate.

They did. This is how Liam described what happened:

“Very, very shortly after I arrived, I was actually a bit early, is just as the school was opening up — it didn’t really take long for someone to walk into my homeroom and [someone] to tell me, ‘Hey, I need you to follow me,’” he told Fox News.

“And knowing the shirt I was wearing and even though how different it was, I figured out that they would probably want me to come to the principal’s office. And after I had followed them, I went to the room that they told me to, and I already took my shirt off because I knew that that’s what they were going to ask me to do.”

Despite his attempt to cooperate he was still sent home. Both the parents and their lawyers at MFI made it clear they will now be suing.

Last week, attorneys for the Nichols Middle School said it will continue to bar Liam from wearing the shirt, laying the groundwork for his civil rights lawsuit.

Sam Whiting, an attorney for the Massachusetts Family Institute — the Christian organization representing the youngster — believes this case is a slam dunk. “We believe that we’re going to get a win on this. I mean, I really can’t think of a better fact pattern to vindicate a student’s First Amendment rights,” Whiting told Fox News.

The biggest irony is that, on its face, the “censored” version of Liam’s T-shirt could easily be interpreted as a statement in support of the queer agenda. We all know that is not Liam’s belief, which is exactly why his lawyers probably advised him to wear it. Getting blacklisted for wearing the revised shirt demonstrates clearly that the school officials at Nichols Middle School aren’t interested in protecting a “protected class.” Their goal is to instead muzzle anyone who dares think something they don’t like.

Morrison is almost certain to win in court. That will not be enough however. On MFI’s twitter feed about this case one commenter made the following offer:

John Frazee: My wife and I own a screen printing business (27 years) and would love to donate enough printed shirts for his entire class! This nonsense needs to stop. God created a lot of things but only 2 genders.

Frazee included his phone number in the tweet. If only Morrison would call and get everyone who supported him at the school to wear the shirts. What will the petty dictators at Nichols do then, send everyone home?

Sadly I do not expect Morrison to call. Nor would I expect the other students who support him to show that support openly. Too many people today are afraid, and are thus willing to cower in silence when these leftist control freaks act to silence and oppress someone else. The best we can hope for here is for Liam to win big in court.

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