Elementary School Principle Forced to Apologize for Trump Stunt

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Americans have recently been forced to endure an incredible amount of anti-Presidential sentiment within our great nation.

There was, believe it or not, a time when the people of this country would respect the office the President, and they understood that even their political enemies should be given a chance to shine in the Oval Office.  Sure, political disagreements are part and parcel to bipartisanship, but wishing harm on the leader of the United States doesn’t behoove anyone.

With Donald Trump and the radical left, however, that common courtesy of missing.  The democrats and their cronies have turned to anger, violence, and vitriol during the President’s first year in office, and have led a campaign of pure hatred and character assassination against the man responsible for keeping them safe and prosperous.  A great many of us are ashamed of the way the left has acted, and rightfully so.

Now we have yet another adult in a position of relative power using their influence to make vile “jokes” about the President. 

“An elementary school principal in Gloucester is apologizing for a controversial Halloween display at a school party.

“The parent teacher organization hosted a fundraiser at West Parish Elementary School Friday night and one of the parents brought in a bean bag toss game that included fake tombstones.

“One of them had the name ‘Don Trump’ on it.

“Offended parents sent pictures to Massachusetts Republican Party committeewoman Amanda Orlando Kesterson, who shared one of the photos on Facebook.

“’Politics does not belong in an elementary school–any politics,’ she told WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kendall Buhl. ‘But it’s particularly egregious to be putting the name of the sitting US president on a tombstone.’

“Principal Dr. Telena Imel apologized in a letter to parents.

“’Intentionally or not, it inappropriately brought a political agenda into what was designed to be a fun family affair,’ Imel wrote.

“’Our school, and this includes school events sponsored by related groups, is not the place for politics. In planning future events, it will be made clear to organizers that school is not the place to engage in or to display political agendas or opinions.’”

We now have thinly-veiled threats against our Commander in Chief being displayed in elementary schools.

This is the lack of decorum that has doomed the democratic party to future failures over and over again.  Their willingness to reach into the gutter to find a new moral rock bottom in order to insult the leader of the free world, using their children as a proxy, is downright disgusting.

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