A massive group of parents broke out into an all-out brawl as a California school board met about the inclusion of LGBTQ+ topics in classes … with folks on both sides of the argument getting into it as cops intervened in an effort to keep the peace.
The Glendale Unified School District was holding a meeting Tuesday when about 200 people — some parents of students — took to the streets, according to KTLA … some voicing concerns, and others supporting the proposed curriculum.
You can see things get really intense, with the anti-LGBT+ protestors hurling a slew of insults at the other side as the physical attacks escalate.
You can also see a man dressed in mint green sucker-punch a woman in the crowd, while someone on a megaphone pleads for people to stop fighting. Cops eventually stopped the skirmish with the help of their batons, arresting at least 3 people after the incident.
Cops say a good chunk of the folks protesting the district were also at a North Hollywood elementary school last week when another violent exchange went down over a Pride event.
Glendale school officials told the local outlet the district’s been including the Pride-inclusive studies since 2019, but it’s a reconsideration meeting they hold every year for approval.
As you know, the outrage towards the LGBTQ+ community is at an all-time high this year with inclusivity meetings and Pride events across the country getting hit with angry protestors … including a celebration in Tennessee which, as we reported, was getting threatened by the Aryan Nations last week.