A high-school math teacher in Woodstock, Georgia, a northern suburb of Atlanta, was captured on video recently ordering two of her students to cover the Make America Great Again slogan of President Trump or else leave her classroom. The entire scene was captured on camera last Thursday when she told the students with the pro-Trump shirts to leave, comparing the MAGA slogan to Nazi swastikas. The

Cherokee County School District has since apologized for the teacher’s actions and said that all teachers would be reminded in a memo that they are not to express their political opinions to students in the classroom. “Just like you cannot wear a swastika in school, you cannot wear [Make America Great Again] like that,” Lyn Orletsky told her students during a math class at the school Thursday. She asked them to flip their shirts inside out or leave. READ MORE