"The fonting is a little difficult to read, but it says 'U.S. pride' on the back," he said in The Blaze. "They just jumped straight to the conclusion that you're in a gang — that you're trying to be part of gang or something like that when you know that you're against those kinds of things."
Clay, meanwhile, said some students said his shirt looked like it was promoting "gang" messages — a claim he strenuously argued.
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