In Michigan, security officers stopped Lt. Col. Sherwood Baker from accompanying his daughter into Rochester Adams High School unless he changed out of his army uniform. They reportedly told him special education students might "go crazy" if they saw someone in uniform. Rochester Community Schools Superintendent Robert Shafer later apologized to Baker and denied the school has any policy banning men and women in uniform.
Comedy, meet cancel culture
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