Seattle’s primary school has canceled the Halloween celebration because it does not cover all children but “Vok, Inc.” Author Vivek Ramaswamy argued in “LBL Primetime” that this is another left-wing ploy to spoil everyone’s fun.
Author Benjamin Franklin Day Elementary School blamed its own “white privilege” by blaming the holiday instead of “failed school policies” and the movement sprouting from the radical left does not end on Halloween.
“This is a movement that will not stop until it dismantles every American institution and every American tradition,” he said. “And you recognize my words, Thanksgiving is next, President’s Day is next, July Fourth is next.”
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“It’s coming and I hope this movement doesn’t stop until it stops in return.”
Benjamin Franklin Day Elementary released a statement to KTTH radio talk show host Jason Rantz, pointing out that the holiday is distracting and “uncomfortable for children.”
“Halloween events create a situation in which some students must be excluded for their beliefs, financial status or life experience,” it says. “Costume parties can be an unpleasant event for many children, and they keep students and staff away from learning. Large events create loud noise levels and changes in crowdsale schedules.
Ramaswamy found that there may be other reasons, such as dental hygiene, to cancel Halloween, but that “marginalizing communities of color” does not cut it. And while the right wing is constantly arguing that nothing is sacred, Ramaswamy said that the problem of the left is “nothing can be normal.”
“These are common, fun traditions that unite us,” he said. “Halloween brings children together regardless of their race or where their parents come from.”
The authors asserted that both sides of the aisle should be vigilant so as not to turn “common fun” traditions into unnecessary political feuds.
“When we turn each of those moments into moments of separation, it takes us to the brink of this cultural civil war,” he continued. “I think the left and the right should remember that these are fun times together … and don’t add to the level of political seriousness to traditions that are supposed to be normal fun.”