“Party in the USA Day” turned into “Anti-Trump Day” when Arizona high schoolers were told to leave campus and even suspended for wearing MAGA gear.
“Isn’t Trump our president?” one student asked of a staffer who was trying to get the students to leave campus.
The effort by schools and colleges to suppress speech and outward signs of support for our 45th President is rising. The left is trying to attach words like “racist” to people who wear MAGA gear.
Do you have MAGA gear and don’t wear it or do you make an effort to wear it when you go out in public? We’d like to know. Does the suppression of free speech make you want to wear MAGA gear more often or not?
President Trump just announced colleges will have federal funds pulled if they don’t allow free speech on campus: “I will be signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars.” This could be a turning point in the effort to stop violence and harassment of conservatives on campuses across the country.
Watch the video below of the students in Arizona who were ‘disrespected’ for wearing MAGA gear on ‘USA Day’
Kim Powell reports at AZ Family:
Perry HS students say they were ‘disrespected’ for wearing MAGA gear on ‘USA Day’
Several students at Perry High School say they were disrespected by staff and asked to leave campus because they were wearing “Make America Great Again” attire.
Friday was the last day of “Spirit Week” at the high school and it was dubbed “Party in the USA Day.”
“We just wore all of the America stuff we had, obviously Trump is the president so we wore Trump stuff because he’s the leader of our country, right?” said sophomore Morgan Dupuis.
At least eight students in MAGA gear were brought to the office at the end of the school day. The students say they were taking pictures in their outfits and holding a President Trump flag when a resource officer approached them.
“The police officer came up and said, ‘we would like you to take off the merchandise and get off the campus,’” junior Tori Farris said.
One of the students claims a staffer couldn’t even explain the logic behind this:
“I was like, ‘isn’t Trump our president?’ and he goes, ‘yea.’ So why shouldn’t I be able to wear that for USA Day and quote-unquote all he said was, ‘I don’t have an answer to your question,’” said Dupuis.