UPDATE: Texas Teacher Fired for Tweeting About Illegal Aliens in School District
A Texas teacher who landed in hot water after her Tweets about illegal aliens in her school district surfaced.
“Georgia Clark was unanimously voted out of her English teaching job from Carter-Riverside High School in Fort Worth on Tuesday night,” according to Daily Mail.
In a series of Tweets, Clark pleaded with President Donald J. Trump to do something about the illegal alien crisis.
“Mr. President, Fort Worth Independent School District is loaded with illegal students from Mexico,” Clark Tweeted on May 17.
“Mr. President. I do not know what to do. Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated,” she said in another Tweet. “Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them. Drug dealers are on our campus and nothing was done to them when the drug dogs found the evidence.”
Clark recently deleted her Twitter account. When confronted by the school board, she said she thought her Tweets were private.
“Once the tweets came to light, so, too, did other allegations, and it was my professional judgment that it was in the best interest of the district,” Superintendent Kent P. Scribner reportedly said.
Clark was suspended last week.
Big League Politics reported:
A teacher from Fort Worth, TX has been put on leave and may lose her job after begging and pleading President Donald Trump to do something about the illegal immigrants laying waste to her town.
A Twitter account attributed to Georgia Clark reportedly sent tweets to President Trump begging him to do something about the invasion that she could see happening at Carter-Riverside High School, which is 87.5 percent Hispanic.
“I do not know what to do. Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated. My phone number is [XXX-XXX-XXXX] and my cell is [XXX-XXX-XXXX]. Georgia Clark is my real name. Thank you,” the tweet read.
Her alleged pleas to end the lawlessness in Fort Worth will not go unpunished. Clark was promptly put on paid administrative leave with additional consequences pending.
Clark’s attorney said that she will fight the decision.
American public schools are required to provide education to every local resident regardless of immigration status.
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