Liberals love to criticize President Donald Trump, and in most cases, criticism is protected by the First Amendment.
But a Minnesota high school student took it too far recently when it was discovered that he said he wanted to behead Trump in his school’s 2017 yearbook.
The yearbook asked students how they felt about Trump.
“Trump is racist, sexist and basically is OK with rapists,” said one.
Another wrote, “I would like to behead him. I do not like him.”
The school later claimed that it didn’t know that its students had written such hateful things.
Brainerd High School officials later apologized in a statement, saying that they do not “support or otherwise endorse any disrespectful or politically based statements that are in the yearbook and apologizes for the statements that were included.”
“While the district supports free speech, the disrespectful statements in the yearbook are contrary to the basic educational mission of the district and should not have been included in a school-sponsored publication,” the statement continued.
“The administration is currently investigating how this occurred and is reviewing the district’s processes to ensure that this type of unacceptable situation does not occur in the future. The administration deeply regrets that the existing processes for reviewing the yearbook did not result in the removal of the inappropriate statements.”
Conservative Tribune reports:
The story became even more complicated when students denied threatening the president.
“I did not say, ‘I want to behead him.’ I did not say, ‘I am going to behead him,’” she said. “I just said, ‘Well, I’m sure we all wouldn’t mind him being beheaded,’ — something along those lines.”
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