HS Principal Boots Student from Football Game for Wearing ‘Trump 45’ Jersey — After Liberals Complain (VIDEO)
A Harnett Central High School student was asked to remove his Trump 45 jersey at a Friday night football game.
Angry liberals complained to the principal who then told the boy to remove the jersey.
The student felt embarrassed that he could not wear a jersey supporting President Trump at the football game.
A father tells me his son was asked by the school principal to remove this jersey during a patriotic-themed football game after people complained. Dad, a registered Democrat, says his son complied but felt humiliated. @HarnettCoSchool says it supports expression not disruptions pic.twitter.com/W9U9v2vBLF
— Tim Pulliam (@TimABC11) October 10, 2018
Conservative Tribune reported:
According to WTVD, ABC 11 in Durham, an 18-year-old student was ordered to change a jersey he wore with the name “Trump” and the number “45” for a football game Friday night, then marched off the premises by the school’s principal.
And his father isn’t happy about it at all.
“I think any mother or father would feel like I feel,” Mike Collins told the news station.
“We don’t want any kids violated. We don’t want to see kids embarrassed over something like this,” Collins said. “He was not disrespectful. He was not acting in a manner that would cause attention to him.”
ABC 11 has the video:
Trump 45 jerseys are available at the Trump Campaign store.