Skip to comments.School nixes boy's 'Fake News' T-shirt on field trip to CNN
Posted on 11/16/2017 1:07:33 PM PST by DFG
A Georgia family is under fire for allowing a seventh grader to wear a T-shirt that mocked liberal news network CNN on a school field trip to CNNs Atlanta headquarters -- but the boy's parents think the school violated the First Amendment by making their son take it off.
Nancy and Stan Jester, of Dekalb, are both local elected officials, she a county commissioner and he is a member of the local school board. Their son, seventh-grader Jaxon, wore a shirt mocking the CNN logo as FNN with the caption, Fake News Network.
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That’s ok. Practically everyone at CNN has now seen this photo of him wearing it! LOL.
That’s funny, but I support the school’s decision in this case. To walk around with a student wearing that T-Shirt simply would have been Bad Manners. Why spit in the eye of your host? Better still, just don’t go on the field trip at all.
Most t-shirts have to be turned inside out at school or be duct taped.
Still, high five, kid!
More people saw it because they made him take it off than would have seen it otherwise.
Hey, what better way to ask pointed questions like why they lie about Trump and run with so many fake headlines.
Too bad he didn’t wear a jacket or something over it until he got inside.
Actually the boy did choose that shirt on his own.
Agreed. I love the shirt. But I’m for the school on this one.
Trump should invite the family to the WH.
Wear the shirt kid ..
Exactly. It’s not like he invited an idiot kid who makes bombs from clocks.
Why?? What would you have preferred he had worn? A Che Guevara shirt??
This kid is Troll Level: MASTER.
[Better still, just dont go on the field trip at all.]
The kid would probably have been better off NOT going, all that bulls**t liberal propaganda taken in all at once could have killed a few million brain cells!
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