Two students have had their Donald Trump t-shirts modified in their year book photos and another student had his Trump quote removed completely.
According to Breitbart, Wyatt Dobrovich-Fago, a junior at Wall High School in New Jersey, wore a Trump sweater vest for his yearbook photo, but the logo appeared to be “cropped” or edited out.
“Maybe they just cropped it out and it wasn’t something I should worry about, they just did it,” Wyatt said.
However, his sister Montana, the freshman class president noticed the Trump quote she picked to feature in the year book was along with her picture never made it to print.
“I like thinking big, if you’re going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big. By Donald Trump,” Montana said. Another student's FDR quote did, however, get published.
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In addition, a third student, Grant Berardo, wore a Make America Great Again shirt during his year book photo, but when he opened up his book, he found it was a picture of him wearing a solid black shirt instead.
“I don’t think there was a deep-seated plot here, but I think there’s a yearbook committee and a yearbook adviser, and somewhere in the mix someone or several people decided to censor three students,” Berardo told the New York Post. “The fact that the committee found it OK to censor the president’s name or anything that wasn’t offensive is just wrong.”
Berardo's father wasn't happy either. “I want a letter from the administration explaining why the yearbooks are being reissued, and it should be used as a teaching moment related to the First Amendment in civil discourse,” he said.
The school district's superintendent said there is an investigation into incident.