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A Texas high school art teacher has been placed on administrative leave after video surfaced showing her “shooting” President Donald Trump inside a classroom while screaming, “Die!”
The Secret Service field office in Irving tells me they are aware of the incident, but declined further comment.
Voices can be heard in the background – but the school district would not say if students witnessed the teacher’s disturbing demonstration.
The Inauguration Day video has since been removed, but several prominent conservative websites managed to save a copy including Town Hall and Resistance Media.
Video of the inauguration was being broadcast inside the classroom on a whiteboard. The video shows the teacher lunging at President Trump and firing the squirt gun numerous times while shouting, “Die!”
It is disturbing, to say the least.
originally posted by: odzeandennz
a reply to: seasonal
So no free speech advocacy this specific time.
Your head is going to explode soon. The next 4 years will be nothing but this sort of morons doing moronic things.
I feel like this is going to be stretched beyond reason....
Crawford Central School Board member defends 'clean head shot' Trump posts
A Crawford Central School Board member is facing backlash for trading insults on social media and posting critical comments about President Donald Trump, including using variations of the phrase "clean head shot."
A member of the public used the comment period at the end of Monday’s school board meeting to call out the social media activity of board member Glenn Tuttle. “One of our school board members made very inappropriate remarks on Facebook,”
Bonnie Van Nort began without identifying Tuttle by name. “We are all entitled to our opinions, but as an elected school board member, I would think that one would want to support our students, staff and community.”
After Van Nort spoke, Tuttle offered a defense of his use of social media. Following the meeting, Van Nort supplied the Tribune with hard copies of Facebook postings from Dec. 19, including the comments by Tuttle that she had been referring to in her comments to the board.
The postings include a number of people trading insults and criticisms of political beliefs back and forth, including several comments from Tuttle that are critical of then President-elect Trump. Tuttle was elected to the board as a Republican in 2013 to fill out an open seat on the board and re-elected to a four-year term in 2015. More recently, he has identified himself as a Libertarian.
In the course of those comments, he was asked the question, “Are you a racist?”
“Only towards the trailer trash KKK supporters that make up Chump’s support base,” Tuttle wrote in reply, using one of several disparaging nicknames he employed for officials from both sides of the political spectrum, this one for Trump. “I can’t wait to see the stats as his welfare leeches finally die. Best thing ever. #notmypresident #MAGA with a clean head shot.”
This comment was one of three in a five-minute span using variations on the phrase “clean head shot” in connection with the abbreviated hashtag for Trump’s “Make America Great Again” campaign slogan.
In another of the postings, he advised a Trump supporter to “celebrate your Nazi god’s ‘win’” before saying, “Hopefully they find that special one who can do it right and #MAGA with a clean shot.”
Tuttle confirmed Tuesday that he had made the postings.