Watch This Video: D.C. Student Is Bullied Right Out of High School for Supporting Trump

Too many of those who back the president face outrageous amounts of ridicule — here's how one young person has suffered

Violence and threats of violence against those who support President Donald J. Trump have been widespread even since before the November 2016 election.

We hear story after story about how Trump supporters are abused, both verbally and physically.

At this point, wearing a MAGA hat in public could be one of the most dangerous things you do in your life.

Case in point: More than two years ago now, The New York Post ran a story by a man who put on a MAGA hat in public in New York City. He recounted how “the mere sight of my cap nearly caused a riot at the historic Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street — site of the 1969 riots that launched the gay rights movement.'”

“Is he serious? Is he kidding me?” one waiter actually gasped at the man, as he reported back then.

This is the kind of oppression that has continued to happen in this country, thanks to intolerant and hateful liberals, in my view.

Are you embarrassed that Joe Biden is our "president"?

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Now, we’re learning that a Washington, D.C., senior by the name of Jayne Zirkle was actually bullied right out of her high school.

She received continued harassment and threats from liberal classmates for her support of President Trump.

Some liberal teachers lowered her grades because she supported the president.

To make matters worse, the high school senior said school administrators were not helpful.

She actually claims there were instances in which some liberal teachers actually lowered her grades because she supported the president.

Watch this video from OAN:

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