Video: Teacher makes students remove pro-Trump t-shirts, calls them ‘neo-Nazi’ slogan

A viral video posted to Facebook on Saturday by Turning Point shows a teacher telling students to remove their pro-Trump t-shirts, telling them the slogans on the shirts are basically swastikas and Neo-nazi slogans.

According to the Daily Caller:

The video, exclusively obtained by TPUSA, shows a high school teacher at River Ridge High School in Woodstock, Ga., telling her students, “You cannot wear a swastika to school … you cannot wear ‘Make America Great Again’ like that.”

“Please go, at least for this class,” the teacher added. “I don’t care what you do in other classes.”

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“Wait so both of them have to like flip their shirts inside out because it says Trump on the top?” another student asked.

“Because it says ‘Make America Great Again,’” the teacher said in response. “The Neo-Nazis … I’m not saying about Trump, but the slogan,” she added, resembles the white-supremacist Nazi group.

Here’s the video:

TPUSA added:

To liken a democratically elected president to a genocidal regime is not only perversely incorrect, but indicative of a greater cultural trend.

The media has drawn too many comparisons between President Trump and Nazis to the point that a teacher at a high school feels compelled to order her students to not wear their Trump shirts.

The Nazis were a brutal regime that killed millions of Jews. To compare Trump to the Nazis is horrible. They orchestrated one of the largest and most horrifying genocides in human history. The holocaust was one of humanities lowest points.

No responsible authority figure should liken a Trump shirt to a swastika. The difference is as vast as that of great good and extreme evil.

TPUSA has a point.  As we reported earlier, CNN, the cable outlet now seen by many as the least-trusted name in network news according to the results of a study published by the Washington Free Beacon in January, said in no uncertain terms that all Trump voters are white supremacists “by default.”

TPUSA is also correct to say no responsible authority figure would compare “Make America Great Again” to a swastika.  But we’re talking about teachers, and while many are very good, responsible individuals who care about our children, it seems there’s a growing number who think it’s their duty to indoctrinate their students.

Consider, for example, this teacher, who is on trial for allegedly inciting to riot, participating in a riot, and assault likely to cause great bodily injury.

As the Daily Caller noted, public school teachers are now behind the violent Antifa domestic terror group:

Public school teachers are behind a leading far-left militant group that is part of the Antifa network that federal officials say is committing “domestic terrorist violence.”

By Any Means Necessary, which has played a key role in riots in Berkeley, Sacramento and elsewhere, has dozens of public school teachers among its members, including among its most prominent leaders.

The FBI and Department of Homeland Security began paying closer attention to Antifa groups in general after BAMN and other extremists started a riot and attacked marchers at a white nationalist rally in Sacramento last July, Politico reported on Friday. The Sacramento violence left at least 10 people hospitalized, several of whom had knife wounds.

“Teachers in positions of authority have an obligation to encourage dialogue and common sense thinking,” TPUSA said. “Criticism of candidates is permissible, but to use the stigma of the Nazis in such a way is not only morally bankrupt, it is harmful to our society.”


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A 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, Joe ran for a city council position in Riverside, Calif., in 1991 and managed successful campaigns for the Idaho state legislature. Co-author of "Banned: How Facebook enables militant Islamic jihad," Joe wrote for Examiner.com from 2010 until it closed in 2016 and his work has been published at Newsbusters, Spokane Faith and Values and other sites. He now runs the Conservative Firing Line.

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