His Teacher Yelled At Him For Wearing a ‘Hillary For Prison’ T-Shirt

His Teacher Yelled At Him For Wearing a ‘Hillary For Prison’ T-Shirt

It’s no secret that most educators have a liberal bias. In theory, this wouldn’t be a problem, should teachers be able to keep this bias out of the classroom. Unfortunately, that’s not often the case, as one teenager learned the hard way for himself.

Mason is a conservative teenager who has had many political discussions with one of his teachers, an outspoken liberal. But he didn’t let that intimidate him from exercising his right to free speech and decided to wear a “Hillary For Prison” t-shirt to school one day. And his teacher was not happy about it.

Mason’s dad, Richard Gautier, wrote about the conversation on Facebook. “So… Mason wore his ‘Hillary for Prison 2016’ shirt to school today,” he said. “One of his Clinton-supporting teachers whom he’s has political discussions with asked, ‘Did you wear that for me?'”

But the teacher wasn’t expecting Mason’s epic response. “His reply,” Gautier wrote. “‘No, for Chris Stevens.’ Mic drop.”

Mason was referring to Ambassador Chris Stevens, one of four Americans that Hillary Clinton left to die in Benghazi after the embassy was attacked by Islamic terrorist on September 11, 2012. Clinton, along with Barack Obama, repeatedly lied about the motivation behind the attack, claiming it was spontaneous and prompted by an anti-Islam YouTube video. Many Americans believe that she was responsible for the four deaths and Mason is apparently one of them.

It’s not known if there was any kind of retaliation for Mason’s t-shirt, or for his remark to his teacher. But it’s clear that his father is proud of him, and for good reason. Mason set a good example for other students, if for no other reason than because he’s able to think for himself and speak out about the issues he believes in. Hopefully, other students will follow his lead in the future.

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