For sure this isn’t the type of photoshopping that the internet has become accustomed to, nonetheless, this is just as interesting. A New Jersey High School is making headlines today because its student’s rights have reportedly been violated. Parents are apparently outraged with the school’s yearbook committee and certain teachers for photoshopping POTUS slogans from students photos.

Joseph Berardo whose 17-year-old son Grant, wore a Trump T-shirt on picture day last fall had some very choice words for the administration of Wall High School.

“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,”

“The fact that the committee found it OK to censor the president’s name or anything that wasn’t offensive is just wrong.”

“I want all the yearbooks reissued. Everybody gets a brand-new yearbook,”

 

According to Berardo, there were no dress-code restrictions given to families before photos were taken. Berardo also had a scheduled meeting with Principal Rosaleen Sirchio and yearbook advisor Susan Parsons that was reported to take place this past Monday.

 

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SOURCE: New York Post

 

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