A L 'primary school de Seattle has canceled its celebration of Halloween due to claims that it is not included for all children, but the author of " Woke, Inc. "Vivek Ramaswamy argued Fox News Primetime "it 's just another leftist ploy to spoil everyone's fun.
The author accused Benjamin Franklin Day elementary school of bringing up his own "white privilege " by blaming the holidays instead of "failed school policies ", and the movement from the radical left will not end on Halloween.
"It ' is a movement that will not stop until it destroys all American institutions and traditions, "he said. "And you mark my words, Thanksgiving is nextn, Presidents Day is next, July 4th is next. "
SEATTLE SCHOOL CALLS HALLOWEEN PARADE BECAUSE IT "MARGINALIZES STUDENTS OF COLOR
"It happens and I think this movement will not stop until it is stopped in return.
Benjamin Franklin Day Elementary released a statement to KTTH Radio talk show host Jason Rantz, suggesting that the holidays are fun and "uncomfortable for kids.
"Halloween events create a situation where some students have to be excluded for their beliefs, financial situation, or life experience, "it read. " Costume parties often become an uncomfortable event for many children, and they distract students and children. pertraining staff. Big events create shifts in schedules with high noise levels and crowds. Some students experience overstimulation, while others have to deal with complex feelings of exclusion. It 's uncomfortable and upsetting for children. "
Ramaswamy thought there might be other reasons to cancel Halloween, such as dental hygiene, but "Marginalizing communities of color " doesn't make a difference. And while the right constantly argues that nothing is sacred anymore, Ramaswamy says the problem with the left is actually that "nothing can be ordinary. "
" These are ordinary, fun traditions that bring us together, "he said. " Halloween brings children of all skin color and race together. or the origin of their parents. "
" As we turn each of those unifying moments into moments of