Parents of children at a Florida high school are furious that their kids were exposed to a test question that attacked all conservatives as bigots.
The hateful quiz question was seen at Florida’s St. Augustine High School.
As The Blaze reported:
The seventh fill-in-the-blank statement stood out in particular: “Right when it appeared the nation was becoming increasingly tolerant of alternative lifestyles, immigration, and minorities, the vocal and angry right wing forced the nation to make a complete ________, embracing bigotry, xenophobia, and sexism.”
“It leads people to believe that anyone who leans toward the right — they’re a sexist or racist or a bigot,” the boy’s mother Reanna told WKMG TV. “That happens a lot of times. We hear those kinds of things. We are not, and this doesn’t help.”
“That is not something an educator should be doing,” Parham told the media. “I feel like these are our tax dollars, they work for us. It is ‘we the people.’ You can’t just say and do whatever you want with our kids. It’s not OK.”
The school said it was handling the problem internally and that the quiz was created by an individual teacher, not one sponsored by the school administration.
Administrators would not say what they intended to do with the teacher but did say it was being handled.
The SJC School District sent this letter *exclusively to @ActionNewsJax –It was sent by the St. Augustine HS principal, to the teacher involved. It reminds the teacher about following the Principles of Professional Conduct & exercising good judgement. pic.twitter.com/tirJRSr5eJ
— Courtney Cole (@CourtneyANJax) October 31, 2018
Folks, this is how liberals corrupt and destroy everything they touch.
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