VIDEO: New York Public School Assistant Principal Caught Chanting “F*** the Police” At Rochester Race Riot
The assistant principal of an upstate New York high school chanted “f*** the police” during a livestream from a Rochester, New York race riot.
Steven Lysenko, the assistant principal of Spencerport High School, exploded into the hateful diatribe over treatment of demonstrators protesting the death of a man after his arrest by the Rochester Police Department. 41 year old Daniel Prude, a black man heavily intoxicated on PCP and publicly naked on the streets of Rochester, died of unclear causes after he was arrested by the Rochester police.
When bodycam footage of Prude’s arrest was released, BLM rioters responded by running amok in the city’s downtown, storming restaurants and inflicting considerable property damages.
Lysenko, who is an assistant principal at a school about 20 minutes from Rochester, wasn’t happy with the way some demonstrators were treated by police in response.
“F*** the police! F*** the Rochester Police Department! They can f*** right off America!”
Lysenko appeared to suddenly realize his foul language was inappropriate, humbly ending his spirited livestream with a quiet ‘thank you.”
The Spencerport School District responded to the video of their assistant principal in a statement, saying that the inappropriate behavior “will be addressed as a confidential, personnel matter.”
“When a District employee uses language in public or on social media that does not align with our Code of Conduct or demonstrate appropriate role modeling for students, that is something that we will not condone. These statements by our administrator have caused disruption within our school community.
We apologize to our students, parents and community that you had to hear this language from one of our employees.”
If anything, Assistant Principal Lysenko has made an excellent case for the utility of homeschooling, private schools, and alternatives to left-wing public school systems. The next generation should not be taught hatred for law enforcement.