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Student’s “Women for Trump” pin ripped off by teacher

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Free speech at stake

The conduct of the presidency may be in question right now, but free speech is not.

A student of Mason high school, located in Michigan, has alleged that she was physically assaulted for wearing her “Women for Trump” pin in the classroom. Her name is Sadie Earegood, and she’s pressing charges.

Source: Wilx 10 News

According to an article published Monday by Wilx, Earegood’s teacher didn’t like the pin she was wearing – and in turn, her conservative values. He proceeded to grab the 16-year-old junior high student and rip the button off of her shirt.

“He had no right to put his hands on my child over a pin or anything else,” said Earegood’s mother. “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.”

The allegations and report are still being looked in to by both the school and police. 

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Credit: Riyad Hassan / Daily Mail

Pictured below, Ivanka was seen wearing a $2,300 coat dress by Suzannah. She sported a black Chanel tote bag – in fact, it was the same bag she brought to her tour of the newly opened Louis Vuitton factory in Texas a few months back.

Ivanka topped off the look with dangling pearl earrings, a subtle red bracelet, and her all-too-familiar straightened blonde bob.

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