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Trumpmerica Uber Alles: High School Students Shock With Nazi Salutes & Shouts Of 'Heil Trump!'

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This is not a good look for us, America.

Whether you like to believe it or not, Donald Trump's racist rhetoric is rubbing off on citizens in all corners of the country (or just removing the facade of decency — damn, we just depressed ourselves).

But it's the awakening of white nationalist millennials — living in both red states and blue btw — that we find the most troubling.

Earlier this week, a group of Texas high school students gave the Nazi salute and shouted "Heil Hitler" and "Heil Trump" while their class photo was being taken.

Related: Media Outlets Already Pulling Out Of Trump's First #NerdProm!

The Cypress Ranch High School senior class lined up to have their picture taken outside on Tuesday, and agreed on taking a serious photo followed by a funny one.

After the first photo was taken, about 70 students put their hands in the air and performed what appeared to be the offensive gesture (pictured above).

An anonymous student said it was "pretty terrifying" when students began yelling things like "Heil Hitler" and "Heil Trump," telling local press:

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Entire High School Makes AAAMAZING Anti-Bullying Video

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INCREDABALLZ!!

Nearly the entire student population of a Texas high school got together to create this super impressive anti-bullying music video.

It's cute, funny and the whole dang thang was created, filmed, sung, and performed by actual students.

If only all high school students could be this freak'n awesome!!

Pressss Plaaaaay (above) to be inspired.

P.S. — The song, Who Do U Think U R?, is available on iTunes. (You should totes buy it cause all proceeds from the sale of the song will benefit the Anti-Bullying Campaign!)

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