School District Tries To Get Away with Silencing Pro-Trump Student, Federal Judge Steps In

School District Tries To Get Away with Silencing Pro-Trump Student, Federal Judge Steps In


We’ve reached a point in American society where expressing support for the sitting president of our country is considered “too political” for some people.

That’s the excuse a school district gave for painting over a portrait of President Donald Trump painted on a student’s parking spot. Thankfully, a federal judge stepped in to uphold the student’s right to free speech.

As part of what sounds like a very cool tradition, seniors at a Louisiana high school in Washington Parish can pay $25 to paint their assigned parking spaces. The students must get approval for their paintings, but the school’s policy appears to ban only lewd images and language and using other students’ names, as reported by The New Orleans Advocate.

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This year, however, Washington schools Superintendent Frances Varnado also tried to exclude a painting of President Trump.

Ned Thomas, a senior at Pine Junior-Senior High School, commissioned for his parking spot a portrait of President Trump wearing a stars-and-stripes

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