Wisconsin Students Throw Up Sig Heil In Prom Photo

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Welcome to America 2018.

In the pho­to, near­ly all of the 63 boys appear to make the Sieg Heil salute before their junior prom in the spring at Baraboo High School. Lori Mueller, of the Baraboo School District, said Monday via Twitter that the dis­trict will pur­sue all avail­able options, includ­ing legal action, in response to the pho­to. The school dis­trict and local author­i­ties con­tin­ue to inves­ti­gate, speak­ing with the stu­dents and fam­i­lies involved to deter­mine how and why this was tak­en. Baraboo is a town of about 12,000 res­i­dents that is about 115 miles (185 kilo­me­ters) north­west of Milwaukee. Mueller says the pho­to does­n’t reflect the dis­tric­t’s val­ues and that admin­is­tra­tors will pur­sue appro­pri­ate action. Mueller said the pho­to appears to have been tak­en last spring and was­n’t on school grounds. The Auschwitz Memorial in Poland released a state­ment Monday empha­siz­ing that the pho­to is one of the rea­sons chil­dren must con­tin­ue to be taught about the bru­tal­i­ty of what the Nazis did. http://​cute​nails​de​signs​.net/​2​0​1​8​/​1​1​/​1​3​/​w​i​s​c​o​n​s​i​n​-​s​t​u​d​e​n​t​s​-​t​h​r​o​w​-​u​p​-​s​i​g​-​h​e​i​l​-​i​n​-​p​r​o​m​-​p​h​o​t​o​.​h​tml

This is Mississippi Republican US Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, mak­ing a flip ref­er­ence to a “pub­lic hang­ing” is incens­ing vot­ers in a spe­cial elec­tion runoff, draw­ing atten­tion to the state’s his­to­ry of lynch­ing and boost­ing Democrats’ hope of pulling off a stun­ner in the Deep South. Republican Cindy Hyde-Smith is fac­ing for­mer con­gress­man and for­mer U.S. agri­cul­ture sec­re­tary Mike Espy, a black Democrat, in a runoff Nov. 27. She was cap­tured on video prais­ing a sup­port­er by declar­ing, “If he invit­ed me to a pub­lic hang­ing, I’d be on the front row.” After the video was made pub­lic Sunday, Hyde-Smith said her remark Nov. 2 at a cam­paign event in Tupelo was “an exag­ger­at­ed expres­sion of regard” for a friend who invit­ed her to speak. “Any attempt to turn this into a neg­a­tive con­no­ta­tion is ridicu­lous,” she said.spy on Monday called the remark “dis­ap­point­ing and harm­ful.” “It rein­forces stereo­types that we’ve been try­ing to get away from for decades, stereo­types that con­tin­ue to harm our econ­o­my and cost us jobs,” he told MSNBC’s, Chris Matthews. At a news con­fer­ence Monday with Republican Gov. Phil Bryant by her side, a stone-faced Hyde-Smith refused to answer ques­tions about the hang­ing remark. “I put out a state­ment yes­ter­day, and that’s all I’m going to say about it,” she said. https://​www​.brownsville​herald​.com/​n​e​w​s​/​e​l​e​c​t​i​o​n​s​/​m​i​s​s​i​s​s​i​p​p​i​-​u​s​-​s​e​n​a​t​o​r​-​w​o​n​-​t​-​d​i​s​c​u​s​s​-​p​u​b​l​i​c​-​h​a​n​g​i​n​g​-​r​e​m​a​r​k​/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​_​d​1​f​b​0​e​8​0​-​2​3​0​f​-​5​6​a​2​-​8​f​0​9​-​8​2​7​3​d​2​e​7​1​a​6​7​.​h​tml