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Education Fat-Heads Do It Again: Yearbook Censors Trump T-Shirts

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For people who are always running on and on about “choice,” liberals are really good at taking people’s choices away.

And so the 2017 Wall Township High School, NJ, yearbook has been “edited,” or rather censored, to remove all references to President Donald Trump–because, see, you’re not supposed to make that choice! So one kid had a quote from Trump deleted, and another had his “Make America Great Again” shirt airbrushed free of its logo.

At NowTheEndBegins:

A NEW JERSEY HIGH SCHOOL HAS CENSORED OUT MENTIONS OF DONALD TRUMP IN THEIR YEARBOOK AND NOW THE SCHOOL IS INVESTIGATING THE ‘POSSIBLE VIOLATION OF FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS’.

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One student at Wall Township High School in New Jersey had submitted a Donald Trump quote that wasn’t included with her picture. Two others had Trump logos on their clothes either cropped or edited out of their pictures.

The students were not in violation of any posted standards or restrictions. Apparently you can quote from any president but Donald Trump. You’re not allowed to make that choice.

The superintendent of schools says she will be “investigating possible violations of First Amendment rights.” Possible? Did she say “possible”?

Parents want the yearbooks re-issued without the censorship.

We are not told which particular liberal fat-head censored them in the first place.

Here’s my prediction: the moment a credible threat is made to file a civil rights lawsuit, the school will cave in and re-issue the yearbooks. This is what always happens. Legally, the censors don’t have a leg to stand on.

Because, let’s face it, boys and girls–the liberal agenda simply isn’t Constitutional.

They can only do what we let them get away with–which is way, way, way too much.

 



 

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