Liberals Bully Conservative Teacher And Force Her To…

It has to be tough to be a conservative in the education field. The sole voice of reason among your peers. You also have to deal with how Liberals are all about inclusion unless it’s something they don’t agree with. A middle school teacher found out the hard way that she is not allowed to express her views unless they are liberal when she dared to show her support for the police.

A Marysville Middle School teacher had a Thin Blue Line flag hanging in her classroom to show her support for police, but the school district’s human resources department said the flag could cause “disruption in the classroom,” because it is a “political symbol.”

The teacher’s brother, Chris Sutherland, was formerly a police officer with the Marysville Police Department and a school resource officer when the fatal Marysville Pilchuck High School shooting happened on Oct. 24, 2014, which resulted in five deaths,

The teacher first had a Thin Blue Line sticker on her laptop, which an assistant principal reportedly objected to over “concerns about how students, families, and community members might interpret what the image is intending to communicate and that this interpretation may cause a disruption to the learning environment,”

The initial objections were dropped, but a second assistant principal complained when the teacher hung a pro-police flag on a bulletin board in her classroom, along with photos of her brother.”

“They told me that it’s controversial to have that flag up,” Sutherland explained. “That it makes kids and staff feel unsafe, which to me, that does not make sense at all.”

Sutherland was forced to take the flag down despite other teachers hanging Black Lives Matter and pride flags in their classrooms.

That is discrimination right there. The school should not allow BLM and Pride but ban a pro-police flag. These Libs are so two-faced. The first sign of trouble Libs are going to call the police to complain or get help, but refuse to support the very people that they would call in their time of need.

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