High School Student Beaten for Supporting Trump!

It’s not really all that shocking when you think about it.

Students at Woodside High School in California had posted their post-election thoughts on social media. So far, so good. The problem was that one high schooler made the mistake of saying she supported Trump. If you really want to see how tolerant a liberal is, just say that you’re happy that Trump won.

So, the next day, other students questioned Jade Armenio and accused her of “hating Mexicans.” Jade, of course, had made no such comment. But because these other students knew that she voiced her support of Trump on Instagram, in their puny little minds, that means that she must “hate Mexicans.”

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A black female student confronted Jade about her support of Trump and then started punching her repeatedly, pulling her hair,  and ripping out her earrings. Jade ended up with scratches and bruises following the vicious attack.

Jade’s parents have since removed her from school until they can be sure that she’ll be safe. They may have to wait an eternity before that happens.

Here’s the news footage. The actual footage of the attack is at the end:

Here are more upstanding citizens in Chicago voicing their disagreements in a civil way:

Here’s an 11-year-old boy who was beaten up for voting for Trump in a mock election at school:


These people take “sore loser” to a whole new level.

I’m just waiting for the national media to blame all this on Donald Trump. Actually, they probably won’t cover it. It’s easier to pretend it doesn’t exist.


Reposted with Permission from Eagle Rising.

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