A video went viral last week of a Georgia teacher making reference between Trump attire and the Nazi swastika.
Of course being a Trump supporter does not constitute a person to be racist, nor a Nazi. I can firmly tell you that every single Conservative, Trump supporter that I know are extremely pro-Israel, and pro-Zionism. I know I am.
She went as far as to remove students from her classroom for wearing a Trump shirt, and told them that they were not allowed to wear it in her classroom.
Therefore to make that assumption or relation is absolutely ignorant and incorrect.
Due to her oppression of these students’ free speech and false comparisons, she has been removed from the classroom.
A Georgia teacher who told students in her math class that they are not allowed to wear “Make America Great Again” T-shirts because the campaign slogan is akin to a swastika, will no longer be teaching in the classroom.
Lyn Orletsky was seen on a viral video telling at least two River Ridge High School students in Cherokee County that wearing the slogan made popular during President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign was like wearing the symbol of Nazism, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The Cherokee County School District quickly released an apology and said that the students were not in any trouble.
“Her actions were wrong, as the ‘Make America Great Again’ shirts worn by the students are not a violation of our school district dress code,” Cherokee County Schools spokeswoman Barbara Jacoby said at the time.
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