This is absolutely disgusting, and what more can we expect from the liberal indoctrination happening in our nations schools.
The following is from our friends at FrontPageMag.com
A female high school student in Michigan along with her parents filed charges against a teacher who put his hands on her, and removed her “Women for Trump” pin according to a police report filed.
The student, using her constitutional first amendment rights to support the President was attacked not only verbally, but the teacher put his hands on her to remove the pin. Here’s what happened.
Sadie Eargood, a 16-year-old, who’s a junior at Mason High in Mason, Michigan, came to school like it was a normal day. She was sporting her “Women for Trump” pin, and wore it to school. She was then confronted by an angry male teacher.
According to Sadie, he “aggressively” grabbed the pin and took it off her jacket.
According to the media, the teacher was identified as media technology teacher Paul Kato. When he first confronted Sadie, he told her that he didn’t like her pin. She responded with, “That’s fine, you don’t have to like it, we can have our opinions.”
Unfortunately for Sadie, this angry liberal teacher wouldn’t let it go.
“He grabbed it and I pulled, I tried to push his hand away and he grabbed my shoulder,” she described in an interview with a local news channel “(He) just kind of put his hand there, and then he started pulling more and more and I just started backing up.”
“He took both hands and unlatched the pin from my jacket and put it upside down on his shirt and said it belongs upside down,” Sadie explained. This took place during school hours on December 5th, 2019.
“He had no right to put his hands on my child over a pin or anything else,” said Sadie’s mother, Capi Earegood, who was very upset about the incident. “The First Amendment gives everyone the right to express their freedom of speech. No one should get that upset about someone wearing a political pin.”
“I was really shocked that a teacher especially would do that,” Sadie added, noting that “I just want him to know that it’s not okay to do that. I want this to be learning experience for other teachers. And I’m not going to stop wearing my political stuff.”
Sadie and her family then filed a police report, charging the teacher with criminal assault and larcey. However the Ingham County Prosecutors Office declined to prosecute the matter. They claimed that there was “No credible evidence of criminal conduct.”
The School District conducted their own investigation, and released a statement, in typical liberal teachers union fashion.
“Following an investigation by the Mason Police Department, the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office declined to press criminal charges in the matter. Mason Public Schools officials have completed their internal investigation and have disciplined the teacher appropriately.”
“While not criminal, the teacher’s actions were inappropriate and misrepresented the mission of the district,” added Ronald Drzewicki, Mason Public Schools Superintendent. “MPS staff are role models. Our core values include respect, responsibility and compassion. We expect all MPS staff to model these values in interactions at school, especially with students.”
What are your thoughts on what happened to Sadie?