Catholic School Students Expelled Over “Racist” Acne Medication, Now They’re Fighting Back
Man, I tell you that the Cancel Culture will strike at absolutely anything.
It’s kind of the same idea as when you have a shiny new hammer, everything looks like a nail. Well, with the Cancel Culture, when they have the power to label someone as a racist, everyone looks like a racist.
The left wants to cancel anyone who has been caught wearing black face…well, unless you’re a liberal because they seem to get away with it every time.
Now the two teenage boys are suing an exclusive Catholic school for $20 million claiming the ‘blackface’ photo they were ‘forced out’ over was actually green acne medication.
The former students and their parents launched the lawsuit against St Francis High School in Mountain View, California, after the viral image sparked outrage last year.
They say the school offered them an ultimatum to leave or be expelled. The school says the teens left voluntarily. A third boy who was in the image went to a different school and is not involved in the suit, The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
A selfie – taken in August 2017 – shows the three boys when they were 14-years-old, topless with a dark green mask on their face.”
I’m happy to say this, but the school is absolutely going to lose this one. They suspended these young boys because of their acne medication that they were using.
If they wanted to try and play the “black face” card, they can’t even do that because the stuff on their face was green!
On top of all of this, the boys also took pictures of themselves when they had on some white face cream masks. They were doing the same thing, just doing some facial skin care, but no one is outraged over the white cream masks, only the green ones.
The two families that are suing the school released a statement:
“This lawsuit is our attempt to redeem our names and reputations, and to correct the record to reflect the truth of what actually happened.
A photograph of this innocent event was plucked from obscurity and grossly mischaracterized during the height of nationwide social unrest.
In conjunction with the school and the community, our families sought to be a part of a solution to this obvious misunderstanding, so that the entire (Saint Francis) community could get to a better place, and we were rebuffed by SFHS and its leadership, who seemed to have no interest in entertaining the truth.”