Toms River Student Kicked Out of Virtual Classroom for Trump 2020 Flag


TOMS RIVER, NJ – A Toms River High School North student, Anthony Ribeiro, 17, a junior said he was kicked out of a virtual chemistry class because he had a Trump 2020 flag hanging on his wall.  Toms River school district students are currently taking all-remote classes at the high school level.   Ribeiro said his flag was displayed in other classes without incident, but his chemistry teacher told him to take it down or leave class, so he left the virtual classroom.   The Toms River school district has not issued a statement on the matter. Toms River, according to 2016 election results voted heavily for President Donald J. Trump.

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