A Massachusetts high school banned "USA Day," claiming it caused too much controversy to be pro-American.
This week, Wellesley High School sent a letter to parents announcing the school was canceling its USA theme that had initially been planned for its Spirit Week.
"The administration was not going to let this happen," a student Unification Program member told BOSTON 25. "They said it was not allowed because it separated people at school."
According to the school's principal, Jamie Chisum, the school decided to cancel its red, white, and blue day because "Spirit Week is intended to be a light and fun way for our students to get excited about our pep rally and Thanksgiving Day football game."
In other words, the school is teaching its students that to be a proud American means bringing unrest and agitation rather than cheering on the freedom and good of our country.
"I think it's absurd," one parent told FOX 25. "I think it's sad and depressing we're at this state that celebrating the United States is political."
According to a Gallup poll, an extremely low amount of people are proud to be American.
Only 38 percent of U.S. adults say they are "extremely proud" to be American, the lowest in Gallup's trend, beginning in 2001, while just 27 percent of Americans say they are "very proud."
As long as the U.S. continues to be run by anti-American Democrats, Americans will always suffer.
Since President Joe Biden has been in office, the southern border has taken a massive hit, inflation is sky-high, and crime has put millions of lives at risk. The U.S. is in desperate need of Republican leadership to save the nation from the black hole it faces under a Leftist regime.