A high-school math teacher in Woodstock, Georgia, has been removed from her classroom after she ordered two of her students to cover the “Make America Great Again” slogan of President Trump and compared it to a swastika.
As WND reported, Lyn Orletsky was a math teacher at River Ridge High School on Aug. 31 when she told her students: “Just like you cannot wear a swastika in school, you cannot wear [Make America Great Again] like that.”
She asked them to flip their shirts inside out or leave.
The Cherokee County School District apologized and said the teenagers were not in trouble.
“Her actions were wrong, as the ‘Make America Great Again’ shirts worn by the students are not a violation of our school district dress code,” Cherokee County Schools spokeswoman Barbara Jacoby said at the time. (Read more from “Action Taken on Teacher Who Booted Kids for Trump Slogan” HERE)