Five high school boys were disciplined after chanting, “Donald Trump, build that wall!” at a high school girls soccer game.
The high school girls soccer players from Beloit High School were so traumatized they were not able to finish the game.
The girls had to be cradled in the arms of an assistant coach.
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In Wisconsin chanting for Trump and border security is considered “racist” by school officials.
School officials in Elkhorn, Wisconsin are investigating a group of their own students following complaints of racist chants being directed towards the African-American and Hispanic members of the Beloit Memorial High school girls soccer team as the two teams played last Thursday in Elkhorn.
Students are said to have chanted “Donald Trump, build that wall”.
School officials in Elkhorn consider that to have been racist.
The coach of the Beloit team said some of their girls were very upset and traumatized by the mentioning of GOP presidential candidate and reality TV star Donald Trump’s name.
Coach Brian Denu told WREX TV that, “They came off the field and weren’t able to finish the game,” And, “They were too upset and distraught over what happened to them. One of the girls was cradled in the arms of one of our assistant coaches for a good 15-20 minutes.”