LOL: The Fake News Whines about Kids Allegedly Using Trump’s Taunts in the Classroom

President Donald Trump holds up a signed letter he wrote to a member of the U.S. Military on Monday, April 17, 2017, during the 139th Easter Egg Roll at the White House, in Washington, D.C. This was the first Easter Egg Roll of the Trump Administration. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

President Donald Trump is reportedly making classrooms great again, as children have allegedly started to adopt his brash, no-nonsense style of speaking while dealing with their peers.

The fake news merchants at BuzzFeed published an article whining that President Trump was influencing patriotic students to stand up for themselves against multicultural propaganda in the schools.

“In the first comprehensive review of post-election bullying, BuzzFeed News has confirmed more than 50 incidents, across 26 states, in which a K-12 student invoked Trump’s name or message in an apparent effort to harass a classmate during the past school year,” BuzzFeed wrote.

The BuzzFeed article interviewed far-left school administrators dripping with bias in their apparent opposition to President Trump’s “America First” agenda.

“It’s unacceptable and it reflects a wider climate of hate that we’re seeing,” said Antonio Lopez, an assistant school superintendent in Portland, Oregon.

“This is my 21st year in education and I’ve never seen a situation like this before,” said Brent Emmons, principal of Hood River Middle School in Oregon. “It’s a delicate tightrope to walk. It’s not my role to tell people how to think about political policies, but it is my role to make sure every kid feels safe at the school.”

“We’d talk about Bush, Obama, McCain, et cetera, and the kids would just nod their heads,” said Spokane Valley, Washington middle school teacher Amanda Mead. “But as the campaign heated up last year, I started to notice a pretty significant change among my kids. They would say things that I have never heard kids in my school district say. Far more vitriolic.”

“It’s a daily occurrence that they hear this language,” said Dorothy Espelage, a University of Florida education psychology professor. “They’re just parroting back what they hear”

BuzzFeed cites incidents such as children chanting Trump’s name and saying “build the wall” as some of the supposed incidents of hate that they claim are sweeping the nation’s schools.

“That was the first time that I knew it was going to be a problem at my school,” Emmons said. “Many of our students felt unsafe and disrespected. These words are hateful and scary for them.”

“The known incidents of Trump-related school harassment form an incomplete list. Missing are the cases that adults never hear about, the ones lost to the closed ecosystem of adolescent social life,” BuzzFeed wrote.

In actuality, many of these reports may be apart of the hate hoax epidemic that has arisen in recent years. Since the election of President Trump, there have been hundreds of documented instances of hate hoaxes perpetrated by liberals and anti-Trump minorities looking to play the victim to gain political power.

The hate hoax libel has prompted liberals to call for Orwellian censorship on social media platforms and allow for the federal profiling of Trump supporters as a terrorist threat. They now want children punished for supporting the President in the classroom.