Over the past few years now, we've seen Trump supporters become the target of a lot of harassment and violence.
Nowadays, having a Trump sign in your yard, or a bumper sticker is enough to get harassed, and if you're wearing a Make America Great Again hat, you're associated with hate and the KKK and you're likely to have it snatched off your head, punched in the face, or spit on.
This behavior is completely inexcusable, but there's no outcry from the media because it's against conservatives.
Now, it's even happening across school campuses. These bullying students are learning this through example. We've seen how hateful liberals are towards conservatives.
Union Mine High School student, Jo-Ann Butler, 17, was suspended for one week and faces two counts of battery: one against her classmate for grabbing his MAGA hat and the other against her English teacher, whom she slapped as he escorted her out of the classroom in an altercation captured on a cellphone, according to CBS Sacramento.
According to Fox News,
The school district’s policy allows students to wear political gear.
According to El Dorado Sheriff’s Sgt. Anthony Prencipe, Butler started “verbally berating” her classmate for wearing the pro-President Trump hat.
At one point, the upset student grabbed the hat and threw it on the ground.
The English teacher told Butler to leave, but she came back in, arguing again with the hat’s owner. Prencipe says the teacher stepped in to hold back the angry student, who then slapped him on the arm.
A school resource officer arrested Butler, who was transported to the El Dorado County Juvenile Hall.
The school district released a statement that reads in part: “…Student and staff safety is our highest priority and the UMHS administration will continue to cooperate with the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office as the incident is being investigated.”
“That’s a racist and hateful symbol,” Butler said, adding she took out her anger on the student in order to “wake people up in some type of way because it’s not cool the environment our classroom is in.”