Virginia principal dresses as Trump, secretary as Clinton in prison garb
by Vernon Freeman Jr.
November 2, 2016
STAUNTON, Va. – Some Virginia parents are outraged after the Principal at Robert E. Lee High School in Staunton dressed up as Donald Trump and a school secretary dressed as Hillary Clinton, in prison garb, for Halloween.
A photo of pair was posted on the school’s website in a Halloween photo album of costumes worn by students and staff...
The photo has since been removed.
Since the photos went public, parents in Staunton have criticized the administration for the “politically charged costumes” on school grounds.
One of those parents was Emberly Lynn Martin, who graduated from the high school and has two daughters.
“I don’t care who you are or are not voting for. You are professionals, who work with children. Some more impressionable then others. The fact that any school official would think it’s okay to dress like this leaves me appalled and floored,” Martin wrote on a Facebook post with the controversial image. “What message are you sending to any of them when their high school principal dresses up like a man who wants to deport them, says things like “she’s a nasty woman”, or “grab em by the p—–?”...