WATCH: Trump and Jesus Christ impersonators deliver racist and pro-GOP remarks at bizarre Texas high school pep rally
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Officials at the Calallen Independent School District in Texas are apologizing after a video surfaced on social media showing students at a high school pep rally portraying former President Donald Trump and Jesus Christ while saying racist remarks, the Caller Times reports.

The Snapchat video shows a Trump flag while a student impersonating Trump says, "I have to deal with China and the China Virus, A.K.A. the Kung Flu." At the end of the video, a student impersonating Jesus takes the mic and says, "Jesus Christ is with the Republican Party" to cheers from other students.


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"Unfortunately, the totality of the skit content was not pre-screened by administration and we apologize for any offenses that have occurred as a result of the skit routines portrayed," Superintendent Arturo Almendarez said in a statement. "A full investigation has occurred and appropriate action has been taken."

As the Caller Times points out, Calallen ISD has been the subject of controversy before. In 2018, a video surfaced showing high school's cheerleaders singing a sexually explicit and racially charged chant on a bus.