This is a person that should NEVER be allowed to mold young minds ever again.
by Bob Hunter January 27, 2017
Something that I have noticed a great deal about liberal opinions is that they tend to stink more than your average major city’s fish market. The reason as we all know is all too familiar to us now.
They never come up with anything that doesn’t involve direct violence against someone that they don’t agree with.
Imagine if a conservative started doing one tenth of the crap that liberals try to get away with; we’d all be locked up with the key very quickly thrown away. Water guns, last I checked, are pretty cheap. However, for one Dallas teacher, using one could be the most expensive mistake she’s ever made.
The Dallas Morning News reported that Payal Modi, a teacher with the Dallas Independent School District, has been placed on administrative leave after she posted video of herself shooting a water gun at a projected image of President Donald Trump.
The eight-second video was posted on Jan. 20, the date of Trump’s inauguration. It showed Modi, an art teacher at W.H. Adamson High School, inside a classroom firing at a white board with the visage of the new president on it.
According to The Washington Times, Modi originally posted the video on her Instagram account with the caption, “Watching the #inauguration in my classroom like…. #no #stop #denial #squirtgun #hypocrisy #powerless.”
It didn’t take long for the denizens of social media, agog at what seems to be a mock assassination against the new president by a public school teacher inside a classroom, to quickly track Modi down.
For her part, Modi deleted the post and made her account private — a tactic which, as countless previous examples have shown, works flawlessly every time.
“Today, we were made aware of a social media posting being circulated involving a teacher at W.H. Adamson High School,” the Dallas Independent School District said in a statement. “The teacher has been placed on administrative leave and the district has opened an investigation. This is a personnel matter and, as such, we cannot comment.”