Student with Trump flag assaulted by mob during National School Walkout

A student at a Minneapolis high school has been assaulted by a mob of college students after he carried a pro-Trump flag during the National School Walkout on Wednesday, police said.

The particular attack took place while students in Southwest High School were supposed to be watching a moment of silence to memorialize the 17 students and instructors who died in the Parkland, Fla. shooting last month,   WCCO   reported.

Police said the student had been waving a flag in support of Chief executive Trump when he was ambushed by at least eight classmates. The particular mob forcefully took the “ Trump” flag from the student, who else suffered minor injuries, and broken a camera he was having.

The school resource officer was able to cease the attack. There have been no busts or disciplinary actions taken towards any of the students involved as law enforcement continue to investigate what happened.

A student carrying the “Trump” flag was assaulted down the street from Southwest High School in Minneapolis during the National School Walkout Day time.   (Google Road View)

Minneapolis Public Institutions officials told Fox News within a lengthy statement that, due to condition law, they are “ prohibited through sharing details of the brief combat that occurred on March fourteen across the street and off school property or home. ”

Last week, MPS Superintendent Ed Graff sent a  letter   to family members about creating “ a space regarding students” during the walkout, emphasizing they need to not leave school property.

Graff had written it’ s “ not possible” to “ ensure student safety” if students “ leave college grounds, ” adding the school “ will not discipline students for the respond of protesting as long as the demonstration remains peaceful. ”

Because the assault happened across the street from the school and officially off campus, it remains ambiguous what action the school will take, in case any.

“ MPS will not condone fighting or disrespectful habits, ” said MPS spokesman Dirk Tedmon. “ When it happens, all of us follow the same behavior and protection guidelines for all students involved. ”

Tedmon said students have a right to communicate their opinions – even when not really everyone agrees with it.


“ MPS’ s diversity is one of its finest strengths and helps students develop into well-rounded, global citizens, ” he said. “ It is important to sustain a safe, positive learning atmosphere for each Minneapolis Public Schools pupil in every one the district’ s i9000 schools, and we are committed to carrying out that. ”

Caleb Parke is an associate editor for FoxNews. com. You can follow him upon Twitter  @calebparke