Frisco High School Advertising P. Bush Internship
This is a weird one.
A Frisco High School student, who has chosen to be identified only as “basedsouthern” informed us the FHS newsletter is advertising “Volunteer and Internship Opportunities” for the George P Bush campaign.
The student told us it’s the first time he’s ever seen a politically related ad in the newsletter. Other ads in the internship section seem to be for:
The National Breast Cancer Foundation
Mr Po’ Boys
We spoke to several other students, as well as parents and administrators, who all found it slightly concerning the school was allowing politically related opportunities in a school-sponsored newspaper.
We’re not experts in this sort of thing, but while probably legal, this sort of political ad probably toes the line of a state-funded school advertising for political campaigns/parties.
Current Revolt did reach out to FHS multiple times and no calls were returned.
Schools are a mess right now. As we’ve written about earlier, Austin ISD is openly holding mini gay-pride parades, so it should come as no surprise that schools are just completely wheels-off in terms of doing whatever they want now.
Our FHS student also sent us a copy of his woke-math homework.
The left/gay propaganda being shoved down kid’s throats (no pun intended) nowadays is absolutely out of control. It seems you can’t even do math homework without getting some teacher’s leftist ideology pressured onto you.
If a right-wing teacher started bringing up math statistics related to the failures of communism, you can bet that teacher would be faced with suspension and absolutely dragged through multiple media hit-pieces.
Another example, shown above, shows anti-White propaganda being given to students.
If you’re a parent and you’re not homeschooling your children already, you should heavily consider that. Otherwise you have no right to complain when your kid comes out of school with purple hair and multiple genders.
Alternatively, Frisco needs to get their school board in check and vote in some people with actual common sense. We hear there’s some decent candidates currently campaigning.