Tennessee Teacher Fired After Posting: “The Only Good Trump Supporter is a Dead Trump Supporter”

Guest post by Joe Hoft

A substitute teacher in Rutherford County schools in Tennessee is no longer permitted to work in their schools after allegedly posting threatening politically charged messages on social media.

The school district said they received several messages on Wednesday that a substitute teacher allegedly made “inappropriate” and “threatening comments” on Facebook during the work day.

One of the posts read:The only good Trump supporter is a dead Trump supporter.”

A company named PESG is used by Rutherford County Schools to find substitute teachers.

Another post to the teacher’s Facebook account implied that violence is the only way for leftist radicals to fight against President Trump.

“I spent a lot of time today thinking about the state of this mess. There are huge numbers of people that are upset, mad, angry, (pretty much every negative word), but what I have not seen is a plan. Everyone is looking for leadership to start this off, but there is no one carrying the banner. Without that we will all settle in to becoming angry hateful people and there will be no solutions. So, where do we go from here? Rallies and demonstrations are pretty much futile, since the lunatics just laugh at us knowing we haven’t the guts to stand up and take the actions needed. Writing and complaining falls on deaf ears. Not until the first shot is fired will the recovery begin,” Colin allegedly wrote.

Just think we have violent leftists like this teaching our children.  He is a long way from the good Catholic nuns who taught some of us in our youth.

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