90 Miles From Tyranny : Male Teacher Assaults Female Student Over “Women for Trump” Pin

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Male Teacher Assaults Female Student Over “Women for Trump” Pin









“[He] put it upside down on his shirt and said it belongs upside down”
A female high school student in Michigan reports that that she was assaulted by a male teacher when she wore a metal pin to school voicing her support for President Donald Trump.

Sadie Earegood is a junior who attends Mason High in Mason, Michigan. But when the 16-year-old wore her “Women For Trump” pin to school, she was confronted by an angry male teacher who “aggressively” grabbed the pin and detached it from her jacket.

The teacher, who has been identified as media technology teacher Paul Kato, first confronted Sadie, saying he didn’t like her pin. “That’s fine, you don’t have to like it, we can have our opinions,” she responded. But the teacher was not willing to let the matter go.

"He grabbed it and I pulled, I tried to push his hand away and he grabbed my shoulder," she described in an interview with a local news channel "(He) just kind of put his hand there, and then he started pulling more and more and I just started backing up."

The teacher then "took both hands and unlatched the pin from my jacket and put it upside down on his shirt and said it belongs upside down," Sadie explained. The incident occurred during school hours on December 5.

“He had no right to put his hands on my child over a pin or anything else,” said Sadie’s mother, Capi Earegood, who was very upset about the incident. “The First Amendment gives everyone the right to express their freedom of speech. No one should get that upset about...


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6 comments:

  1. Paul Kato is originally from Nigeria.The DA said they decided not to file charges because there is no credible evidence of criminal conduct. The DA is a dimwit.

    With that decision I think the father of the girl should get a free pass to correct Kato's transgression.

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    1. The school district and the DA's office says it was not criminal what he did.

      Assault and battery on a juvenile isn't criminal?

      And some people wonder why Virginians have had enough of coastal elitism and 'the left can do no wrong'ism.

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  2. Why do we have Nigerians teaching in public schools when we have Americans with teaching degrees driving Uber's?

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    1. it's because the teachers driving uber's refuse to drink the koolaid.

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  3. No credible evidence of criminal conduct? Ex-fuckin-cuse me? Can the parents still file a criminal or civil complaint? If anyone laid a hand on any of my daughters like that then the perp would be lucky to get away with only a severely broken arm. I wonder if the DA would consider that "criminal"

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