“I was just really shocked that a teacher would especially would do that,” she said. “He’s talking about the Women for Trump pin and I said, that’s fine you don’t have to like it, we can have our opinions.”
Earegood described a struggle between herself and the teacher where he tried to take the pin off her.
“He grabbed it and I pulled and I tried to push his hand away and he grabbed my shoulder, just kind of put his hand there, and then he started pulling more and more and I just started backing up.”
She said the teacher then put the pin, upside down on his shirt, and stated that it belonged that way.