Today one of our administrators told me that principals in our district had all been sent an email regarding tomorrow's inauguration. There were to be no displays of partisanship or anything that might possibly conceivably cause any student not to feel "welcome" or "safe" in our schools. When a nearby teacher suggested that I put "Make Math Great Again" on the board as a joke, this administrator--who is usually as cool as a cucumber--was pointed in his (we only have men as administrators at my school) response, and it was a big fat NO. I got the impression from our subsequent conversation that our district was looking to jump on someone even for something so innocuous.
Does anyone think that such an email would have gone out had Clinton won? Me, either. In fact, I asked that question of one of our very liberal teachers today, and he stated in very strong terms that he didn't think so, either.
The message being sent out, and it's not a subtle one, is that there's a "right" and a "wrong" outcome to this past election, and the "wrong" outcome is what we got. Those Americans who support the "wrong" outcome are "bad" people. The left decries "othering" people, except when it suits them.