A New Jersey student was upset when he found out that his Donald Trump “Make America Great Again” T-shirt he wore on picture day was censored in his high school’s yearbook!
According to NY Daily News, Grant Berado, 17, a junior at Wall Township High School, was pissed when he saw Donnie’s favorite slogan blacked out.
“We didn’t have a dress code,” the student told NJ.com. “The senior (boys) have to wear black jackets and ties, but the underclassmen don’t have a dress code.”
The schools superintendent Cheryl Dyer is taking this issue very serious #Roommates.
“There is nothing in Wall Township High School’s student dress code that would prevent a student from expressing his or her political views, or support for a political figure, via appropriate clothing and attire,” she said. “Indeed, the administration applauds students for becoming involved in politics, making their voices known, and taking an active part in our democracy.”
Well, Berado’s dad isn’t feeling the investigation and wants the school to take all the yearbooks back, and send a letter out to students explaining that there was a First Amendment conflict.
“If they don’t reissue and do something that’s reasonable then we can deal with lawyers and it’ll become a bigger deal,” the father said.