Can you even imagine what would have happened to a teacher eight years ago if she told students they couldn’t wear an Obama t-shirt? Not only would she be out of a job, it would be a national news story.
In this case, a teacher in Georgia told students they couldn’t wear a Trump shirt in her class.
The Blaze reported:
Video: HS teacher caught on camera expelling students from class for wearing ‘Neo-Nazi’ Trump shirts
A high school teacher in Georgia was recently captured on camera reportedly expelling two students from her class for wearing t-shirts supportive of President Donald Trump.
According to conservative student group Turning Point USA, which first reported the video, the incident happened last Thursday at River Ridge High School in Woodstock, Georgia, just north of Atlanta.
The video shows the teacher comparing the Trump t-shirts, which were adorned with Trump’s campaign slogan “Make America Great Again,” to swastikas.
“Just like you cannot wear a swastika to school, you cannot wear ‘[Make America Great Again’ like that,” the teacher said.
The teacher then sent the students out of her class, either to flip their shirts inside out or for good. It’s not immediately clear which.
"Please go, at least for this class,” the teacher said. "I don’t care what you do in other classes.”
Watch the video:
High school teacher calls Trump shirt a "swastika" and makes him take it off in class!
How is this ok!?!
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) September 2, 2017
This is a major free speech issue. Why isn’t the national media covering it?