Armenian American was victim of hate crime by pro-LGBTQ vandal outside of parental rights protest in Glendale, CA: police

"IT'S OK TO BE QUEER" was carved into the paint of the car.


An Armenian American was the victim of "hateful vandalism" on Friday in Glendale, California. The man's car was keyed with pro-LGBTQ sentiments and a derogatory phrase against people of Armenian descent.  

According to a news release, The man parked his car at 9:00 pm Wednesday, and when he returned Friday morning the words "IT'S OK TO BE QUEER," "PRIDE," STOP HATING," and "LGBTQ" were carved into the paint of the car. 

"The Glendale Police Department stands with our community against all hate," the release said. "We are committed to protecting those who live, work, or visit Glendale and maintaining a safe and inclusive community."

Investigation into the incident is ongoing and the Glendale Police Department is asking anyone with information to contact them by calling 818-548-4911.  

The vandalism took place less than a mile away from the site of the Glendale Unified School District school board meeting where violent clashes that broke out earlier this week Armenian American parents and Antifa militants. 

The parents were there to protest the Glendale school board meeting, voicing their opposition to their Pride celebrations and the indoctrination of their kids. They demanded transparency in what their children are being taught, which the school board has refused to provide. 

Things turned violent when "some so-called Antifa, or hoodlums, anti-social folks who were here, 20-30 folks, who segregated themselves with LGBTQ protesters, then they moved away and went to a parking lot, they met a group of Armenian men. One of the Antifa attacked an Armenian man and the men fought back," one father on the scene said. 

This was the second clash between Antifa and the parents. The first incident took place on June 3, when parents were protesting a "PRIDE assembly" outside of Saticoy Elementary School in North Hollywood, California. 

The parents who are part of the Glendale Unified School District Parents' Voices went to protest the assembly that was aimed at kindergarten to fifth-grade students. They held signs that said "Stop grooming our kids" and Parental choice matters." 

Reports note that a fight broke out after a far-left agitator in support of children's pride events allegedly assaulted one of the parents. 

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