12-year-old boy who got in trouble for wearing Gadsden flag patch wins victory over school: Report

Article originally appeared on www.foxnews.com.

A 12-year-old boy just won a major victory against his school after a video of him being removed from class for displaying a Gadsden flag patch on his backpack went viral this week.

Education expert and president of the Libertas Institute in Utah, Connor Boyack, released a screenshot of the Vanguard School Board of Directors allowing Jaiden to “attend school with the Gadsden flag patch visible on his backpack.”

“We won!” Boyack wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, Tuesday. “Let this be a lesson — document your encounters w/ government employees. Had Jaiden’s mom not recorded the video, this wouldn’t have got nearly the attention that it did.”

An employee for the school said via email that the patch was “disruptive to the classroom environment” and has “origins with slavery.”

The Gadsden flag originates from the American Revolution as a symbol of the 13 colonies’ fight against British tyrannical rule.

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