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Teacher Scolds 10-Year-Old for Saying He Admires Trump
Dr. Susan Berry, Breitbart News, 5 Oct 2020:
A teacher in a Tacoma middle school kicked a ten-year-old student out of his remote learning chatroom and scolded him for responding to a question about a person he admires with the answer “Donald J. Trump.”
According to a report by KTTH afternoon host Jason Rantz at mynorthwest.com, Brendan Stanton, a teacher at P.G. Keithley Middle school, poses a “question of the day” each day to his sixth grade students. On Friday, he asked them, “Who is the one person you admire and why?”
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: A Tacoma middle school teacher scolded a 10 year old in class for admiring President Donald Trump. When…
Students could write their responses in the online chatroom. A screenshot in Rantz’s story shows Elsy Kusander’s son wrote:
I admire Donald J. Trump because he is making America great again. And because he is the best president the United States of America could ever, ever have. And he built the wall so terrorists couldn’t come into in the U.S. Trump is the best person in the world. And that’s why I admire him.
The report notes Stanton “almost immediately kicked the student out of the chatroom, deleted the chat, and proceeded to attack the president, while calling out the student for mentioning him.”
When the student called for his mother, Kusander heard Stanton berating the president and began filming the comments on her cell phone.
“The example that was shared in the chat, which I went ahead and erased for us, was not appropriate right?” Stanton said to his students. “Especially as that individual has created so much division and hatred between people and specifically spoken hatred to many different individuals, OK?”
The report notes Stanton would not even use the president’s name during his rant, referring to him as “that individual.”
“Again, that individual has spoken hate to many individuals and I don’t think is an appropriate example for a role model that we should be admiring,” the teacher continued.
According to Rantz’s report of the incident, Stanton usually records and posts digital classes to an online portal for students and parents. He did not, however, record this particular one, citing student privacy, and was not aware Kusander had recorded some of it.
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