Knights Party Press Release: Sept. 20. 2023

On Tuesday, September 19th., WCCS Radio ran this headline, “Pennsylvania high school students organize walkout to protest trans bathroom rule: ‘Compromised’ our rights.”

Hundreds of students from Pennsylvania’s Perkiomen Valley School District walked out of class Friday after the local school board failed to enact a policy requiring transgender students to use the restroom corresponding with their biological sex.

“Kids were upset. Girls… we wanted to protect them. They were upset. They didn’t want men in their bathroom,” John Ott, who organized the walkout, told FOX News on Monday.

His mother Stephanie accused the district of only protecting transgender students and not looking at the “whole picture.”

“The safety of females is so important and these students that stood out that walked out, they are to be commended. They have courage and they exercise their First Amendment rights. This is about protecting our children and our privacy and boys and girls. It’s simple biology.”

One mother, Melanie Marren, said it’s frustrating to see kids handling situations that should be handled by adults, telling “FOX & Friends First” co-host Todd Piro that it’s important for the students’ voices to be heard.

“I can’t imagine how tough it is to be a teenager, in a public school system”, said Thomas Robb, the National Director of the Knights Party of the Ku Klux Klan, based in Harrison, Arkansas. “Not only in a public school, but just being a teenager in these troublesome times. They are bombarded on all sides with this homosexual agenda, they’re not being taught true American history, and White students are having it pushed down their throats that they are somehow guitly because some other races can’t keep up with them academically. They are being indoctrinated into thinking being White is a bad thing, like they owe something to other races. With all that teenagers go through, it’s disheartening to see that sometimes they’re left to fight for themselves. What these teenagers did is heroic, but where are the parents? Kids shouldn’t have to fight battles meant for adults to fight. There were some parents that made some comments about how their children were fighting against the LGBTQP+ agenda in school, but in my mind, once your child already takes a stand, it’s a little late. I don’t think it’s right for parents to ‘swoop’ in and take credit for their childs bravery, not when you forced them to take a stand for something you as a parent shouldn’t have let get this far. Hats off to these brave young men and women, but parents, get involved with what your children are faced with in public schools. Better yet, why not homeschool? Here’s a website to get you started in homeschooling your children.”