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Cultural Marxist indoctrination of college and highschool students is bad enough in America, and has become a major threat to securing the existence of our people and a future for American children.
Tradition has been trampled upon in the last few decades, and the culture war was really set ablaze under the corrupt and failed Obama Administration.
Intellectually deficient individuals have been rewarded increasingly in the last eight years, with a demand for “inclusiveness” and handing out awards simply for participation and not based upon merit.
It's troubling to see specific people based upon their skin color, sexual preference, gender, or religious background be placed into promising roles that they're undeserving of simply based on that criteria.
In fact, it's an outrage. May the most qualified candidates succeed in whatever their endeavors may be, but in modern society that's increasingly not the case.
Then those who wish to remain divisive or pursue a diverse congregation of lifestyle choices, which is their right to do so, want others to submit to their degenerate nature.
Such is the case of a fifth grade elementary school teacher in Tallahassee, Florida, who is now claiming that <i>it</i> was reassigned from <i>it's</i> teaching role because <i>it</i> was a distraction.
Chloe Bressack was hired to a teaching position as a fifth-grade math and science educator at Canopy Oaks Elementary School but was later transferred to a teaching position in the district’s adult basic education program once outraged parents said they would not send their children to the classroom.
The mentally ill teacher is correct in that assertion, after <i>it</i> sent home a letter to the student’s parents, demanding that the fifth grade children and their parents recognize and acknowledge <i>it's</i> cancerous pronouns based upon <i>it's</i> lifestyle choice.
The letter given to young fifth-grade students to take home to their parents said the following:
<blockquote>”About Mx. Bressack”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”I am very excited to work with you this year! I know that we have a hit of a jumbled start, but I'm sure that we'll settle down quickly and finish the year before we know it. Before I joined Canopy Oaks, I served as a digital education special area teacher for grades K-5 at Florida State University Schools (Florida High). I am from the Pensacola area but I went to FSU and have lived in Tallahassee ever since!”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”One thing you should know about me is that I use gender neutral terms. My prefix is Mx. (Pronounced Mix). Additionally my pronouns are “they, them, their” instead of “he, his, she, hers”. I know it takes some practice for it to feel natural, but in my experience students catch on pretty quickly. We're not going for perfection, just making an effort! Please feel free to reach out to me or the administration if you have any questions. My priority is for all of my students to feel comfortable in my classroom and have a space where they can be themselves while learning.”</blockquote>
<blockquote>”We have a lot of fun activities planned this year, and I am so excited to have joined the team at Canopy Oaks! I can't wait to get to know all of you!”</blockquote>
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<span style="margin-top:15px;rgba(42,51,6,0.7);font-size:12px;">Letter sent from the mentally ill degenerate Bressack to the parents.</span>
I'm not sure how this degenerate he-she-it-be whatever the hell <i>it</i> is doesn't realize that this is outright disgusting and mentally ill projections onto the students whilst simultaneously indoctrinating them into <i>it's</i> severely dysfunctional lifestyle choices, but if I were a parent I'd of been absolutely pissed and certain to threaten that teacher be sent back to wherever <i>it</i> came from as well.
That's exactly what happened, parents of these students said absolutely no to this type of degenerate filth and mental illness and quickly let the school know their feelings.
As a response to the parent’s fury, and rightfully so, the teacher was transferred. The Leon County School District sent a statement to the parents saying the district has a "responsibility to provide a productive educational environment free of distractions for our students, teachers, and staff," in regards to the transfer.
Superintendent Rocky Hanna issued a statement that said he would "not allow teachers in our school system to influence our children negatively, though in this situation I do not believe this is the case."
However now, Chloe Bressack is claiming that <i>it</i> somehow was oppressed, and is saying that <i>it</i> was forced into the transfer without agreeing to it ahead of time.
The Superintendent, however, says Bressack agreed, and that <i>it</i> acknowledged that such a move was in the best interest of Bressack’s career and the young students if Canopy Oaks.
What is certain, is that the right decision was made even if a poor one was made in hiring thus degenerate scum, to begin with.
This is where traditional people draw the line; what you do in your own home is your business but stay the hell away from our kids with your bullshit.
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