A Michigan school teacher rips a pin in support of Trump off the student's t-shirt
Politics in the United States can rightfully be called the second religion and, accordingly, many adherents of one or another political force will do everything to maintain the position of their political leaders intact. This is exactly what one of the teachers at Mason High School did, tearing a pin labeled “Women for Trump” from the clothes of one of the students.
16-year-old Sadie Earegood turned to the police, saying that a teacher whose name is not disclosed attacked her during the lesson because of her political views.
"I was just really shocked that a teacher would especially would do that," she said to Fox47. "He's talking about the Women for Trump pin and I said, that's fine you don't have to like it, we can have our opinions."
According to the official version, a fight broke out between the teacher and the teenager, during which the teacher deliberately grabbed the accessory and pulled until it came off.
A Mason High School Superintendent Ronald Drzewicki, refused to disclose the details of the incident, but said that an internal investigation was ongoing into the incident.
It is reported that a political attack occurred on December 5th.
After that, the mother of the injured girl, Capi Earegood filed a police report in connection with the attack.
“I made a criminal assault and larceny report against the teacher," said Capi Earegood, according to Fox47. "He had no right to put his hands on my child over a pin or anything else. The first amendment gives everyone the right to express their freedom of speech. No one should get that upset about someone wearing a political pin.”
According to official information, the school board will investigate the incident next Monday. Sadie Earegood also stated that it would not give up her political views.