Arizona HS Students Ask for AG Investigation After Being Kicked Off Campus Over Pro-Trump Attire and Flags

Thursday, March 7, 2019
By Paul Martin

by Cassandra Fairbanks
March 7, 2019

Students who were kicked off campus at Perry High School in Arizona over wearing ‘Make America Great Again’ attire and flags on Spirit Day are requesting an investigation by the Attorney General over the violation of their First Amendment rights.

The Spirit Day theme last week when the incident took place was “Party in the USA.”

Parents of the students who were kicked out of school and disciplined told reporters that their children had been ordered to remove their MAGA attire during lunch. The school claims that they were causing a disturbance, but students have asserted that it was not the case.

At least one of the students has also been suspended. The school’s handbook says nothing about political attire being banned.

Sophomore Morgan Dupuis told AZ Family that not only was he asked to remove his pro-Trump attire, he claims that a coach also made him do 1,000 up-downs as punishment for wearing his MAGA gear.

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