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Apr. 18, 2016
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Three kids' innocuous dance performance featuring oversized Donald Trump masks was banned from a Massachusetts school's talent show because one parent reportedly "took offense to it."
Fiske Elementary School's school superintendent David Lussier said they banned the 11-year-old boys' dance routine last week because they wanted to "be seen as nonpartisan" during a "highly charged election."
“We wanted to make sure that nothing we are doing would be perceived as biased in some way,” Lussier said.
Evidently, there's nothing political about shutting down some childrens' dance routine over some ridiculous Trump masks.
From the Boston Globe:
The wordless, two-minute act drew at least one complaint to the principal. And a few hours before the evening performance, the boys were given an ultimatum: Ditch the masks, or sit out the show. The Bobblehead Boys, as they’d come to be known, were no more.The "nonpartisan" course of action would be allowing their free speech, not banning it.
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