The ACLU is defending a high school student who wore a Bill Clinton Rape shirt to class.

“My school informed me that my shirt was offensive and sexually suggestive,” Orcutt Academy High School student Brett Abel told KCOY 12 News in California. “And the ACLU’s now defending me and trying to get the school to change their policies.”

“Pretty much I wore this shirt because I want people to know that Bill Clinton is a rapist and that people should look it up and find out more.”

Principal Rhett Carter refused to talk to reporters on camera but claimed they have a “zero tolerance” policy for “disruptions.”

When KCOY published the story on Facebook, a major debate erupted, with parents taking Abel’s side.

“You should wear whatever you want, you should be free for whatever you want, this is a free country, so I think they did wrong, kid’s just wearing a shirt,” father Juan Yanez said.

Additionally, Clinton rape accuser Juanita Broaddrick showed support for recent “Bill Clinton is a rapist” protests during a recent interview with Breitbart News.

Broaddrick, who for decades has accused Clinton of raping her twice in 1978, praised protestors who have interrupted live television broadcasts to bring attention to reported rapes by the former president.

“Well I hope that no one gets hurt during this, but I hope it encourages people to say why are they saying this? What does Bill Clinton have to do with rape? And then hopefully they will research and find out,” she said.

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