Hey, Kids! Don’t Even Think About Learning About Trump in School
He’s not my president and he’s not going to be yours, either. This is the Dems’ way of thinking when it comes to educating students. They don’t want to admit that Trump has been the leader of the free world for the past four years, so they don’t want to teach students about Trump as a leader.
Well, this can get awkward. It brings about the important question that no Dem is capable of answering: who is the president, then?
It’s certainly not Hillary Clinton. It’s not Barrack Obama, either. Anyone who lives in the United States and calls the U.S. their home has Donald Trump as president. Whether they like it or not.
Okay, fine. Even if the Dems can embrace even a tiny bit of logic, they don’t want teachers to mention his names in or out of the classroom.
Anyone who has spent any amount of time in the education system knows that it can get political…quickly.
Coach Justin Kucera, a social studies teacher in Michigan made it clear that he knows who the president of the U.S. is. He tweeted something quite simple on July 6: “I’m done being silent. @RealDonaldTrump is our president. Don’t @ me.”
There was no profanity. There was no calling out of any group. There was no hate. It was the facts and nothing but the facts.
Facts have no place in the education system, though. Not when the Dems have anything to say about it.
Coach Kucera was called in to meet with HR, the superintendent, and his principal four days later. They took a statement to demand why those tweets were tweeted. Then, they told him they’d decide about the future of his employment. By the end of the meeting, they told him that he had the option to resign or be fired.
Coach Kucera said that his tweets were in support of Trump’s speech regarding reopening schools.
The coach wasn’t trying to be political. He simply wants to see his country succeed. He says that he knows too many people rooting for Trump to fail. Coach said, “Agree with him or not, you should want the president to do well. I apologized that [my tweet] brought so much negative attention, but I’m not sorry for what I said.”
And the coach is right. No one should want to see the president fail. When the president fails, the country fails. Why would anyone want an entire country to fail to spite one person?
Former teachers, parents, and students have come out in droves to defend Coach Kucera. Many have stated that he was a popular figure at the high school. Sources also say that he never brought politics into the classroom.
So, why is the social studies teacher being dismissed of duties? He dared to utter the four words that are like kryptonite to a Dem: Trump is my president.
It’s not just about being political. It’s about being on the wrong side of the political line. Other teachers within the Michigan school district have tweeted about Trump, calling him a “narcissist” and a “sociopath.”
However, those are Democrats who want to pretend that Trump isn’t their president. Kucera made the epic mistake of saying that he liked Trump and that “liberals suck” in another tweet.
Most companies say that they will not fire an employee based on what they post on social media. Not unless it’s really offensive.
Trump, though. He can get people fired up like no other.
Kucera may have started something big. If Trump can’t be mentioned in a tweet without people losing their minds, what happens when someone mentions Trump inside of the classroom?
In today’s cancel culture, we better hope that history books aren’t written by the libs. When it lists the presidents of the United States in chronological order, there’s just going to be an empty field listed for the 45th president.