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Ms. Huze, U.S. History and Holocaust and Genocide Studies teacher

“I think that Trump’s supporters had every right to express their discontent vocally. That is protected by the First Amendment. However, once they became violent and breached the walls of the Capitol, they were no longer in the right. I think it is incredibly shameful for a president, despite his or her political beliefs, to incite violence of any kind. That is inappropriate and should not be tolerated. As for the supporters that entered the Capitol building and hung a noose in DC, they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law– including any police officers in selfies– they should lose their jobs. The fact that we live in an American that condemns some groups’ protests and turns a blind eye to others… makes me unproud to be an American.”

 

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Ms. Huze, U.S. History and Holocaust and Genocide Studies teacher