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DEBUNKED: Bathroom Puppy Pad NOT for Furries, Says School
Let’s breathe a sigh of relief. News circulated that a school in Brazosport ISD (BISD) was providing a litterbox or puppy pad for students identifying as furries. Even respected activists fell for what turned out to be fake news.
The video shows a small puppy pad with a journal page taped to the wall above. What it says (if anything) cannot be seen, so we called the school in question to gather information on the perceived oddity.
We are delighted to confirm the school bathroom’s puppy pad is NOT for furries, but instead the school’s Vet Tech program. As supporters of vocational education, this is a good reason for it to be there, rather than accommodating degenerates.
The lady on the other end clarified that the puppy pad was strictly for when young animals have accidents, and complimented us for our research, saying “yeah I don’t blame you for calling; crazy stuff happens nowadays.” It is always great when school officials are transparent with their communities.
While we crave pouncing on woke subverters in our schools, it is equally important to counter fake news on woke subversions when it circulates.
When seeing a soundless six-second video with a strange headline, many are tempted to immediately believe and post it. However, many times these are fake, and sharing them makes concerned people look like idiots. Also, when pervertedness is allowed at a school near you, most will dismiss your sounding the alarm as crying wolf, due to a history of sharing fake content. In keeping the drag furry pedo parade out of your kid’s school, you will need to look trustworthy.
Other than Cat Parks being possibly unable to use BISD restrooms, another takeaway is to evaluate news and soundless short clips, before sharing on social media. Besides, we need all the credibility we can get when combatting people wanting your kids to become furries and perverts; our children’s lives and futures depend on it.
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