With liberals growing more unstable and violent as it appears Trump could be re-elected, a liberal elementary school teacher publicly praised a child for attacking a Trump supporter and called upon kids to begin shooting conservatives.
David Mosley, a teacher at Byrns Darden Elementary School in Clarksville, Tennessee, took to Facebook to praise a 14-year-old girl who physically attacked a man, in front of his family, for wearing a Trump costume.
“She should have shot him,” Mosley posted, calling on the girl to kill Trump supporters in public places with their families.
When a Facebook user told Mosley that killing your political opponents is wrong, he smugly responded “Did I ask this jackass for his opinion.” Though Mosley is a teacher, he failed to include a question mark at the end of his question.
Mosley then accused people of “stalking” for looking at his public profile. He has since deleted his Facebook profile.
The school district barely scolded Mosley for the public death threat, producing a statement that only said encouraging children to engage in the targeted killing of political opponents “could be deemed unprofessional.”
“Employees should be aware of the public and widespread nature of such media and again refrain from any comment that could be deemed unprofessional,” the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System said.
The school is reviewing Mosley’s employment, but he is just the latest government employee to call upon children to target and kill conservatives.
A Minnesota teacher was placed on paid leave for tweeting a death threat at then-U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Officials did not name the teacher, but did reveal he or she was a special education teacher at Intermediate School District 917’s Alliance Education Center in Rosemount, Minnesota.
“So whose [sic] gonna take one for the team and kill Kavanaugh?,” the teacher posted in yet another death threat from a teacher with punctuation or grammatical errors.
A Texas school suspended a teacher who made children watch as she engaged in a mock assassination of Trump during his inauguration.
Payal Modi, an art teacher at W. H. Adamson High School in Dallas, Texas shrieked “DIE!” as she moaned, jerked about wildly and insanely fired a water gun at a broadcast of the inauguration projected into a wall.