ENOUGH!! Livid Father EXPLODES At School Board For Teaching His Children About Islam (Video)

ENOUGH!! Livid Father EXPLODES At School Board For Teaching His Children About Islam (Video)

In many schools, children are learning about Islam in a world history class while teachers are pointedly ignoring Christianity.  One father, Christopher Wyrick has had enough.

He vented his frustration as he stood before the San Diego Unified School District board.  This father and patriot let rip about Islam being shoved down his child’s throat.

He wasn’t going to be silenced!  “You’re gonna have to drag me outta here., End Times reports.

Christopher Wyrick: “I’m a resident of San Diego. I’m a taxpayer, a father and a husband and a VERY proud American. Over the years I’ve had many titles, one of them I will not accept is Infidel!

There’s been an argument over the years to keep religious beliefs out of school especially any that happen to be associated with Judaism or Christianity, so at what point did you decide that it was okay to teach my children about Islam?”

Wyrick fumed over CAIR, a Hamas front group operating in the U.S.

“You’ve allowed CAIR to come into our public schools and they begin to implement pro-Islam curriculum. What’s next? Teaching them about the 5 pillars or the conversion prayer?”

They then tried to shut him down saying he’d had his 1 minute,

“Oh dude I’m gonna go, you’re gonna have to drag me outta here.”

That’s when people started cheering!

Gateway Pundit noted,

“Wyrick also pointed out CAIR’s ties to terrorism and the board members tried to get rid of him again so he says, “Yeah whatever!” and kept going off! He ended his speech by calling the board members hypocrites as he walked out. You can also here a liberal dhimmi call him a bigot as he’s exiting the room.”

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