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Teachers like Josh Thompson are why parents across the nation should consider homeschooling their children.
Mr. Thompson, an openly gay teacher at Blacksburg High School, made national headlines after he posted a series of TikTok videos targeting white students.
He also said that requiring students to behave inside the classroom is “white supremacy with a hug.”
“It’s things like making sure that you’re following directions, and making sure that you’re sitting quietly, and you are in your seat — and all these things that come from white culture,” he said in the video, which you can watch below.
This man is a leftist predator using his taxpayer-funded classroom to prey on your children.
In another video Thompson told educators that “instances of police brutality and the murders of black and brown people by police officers is directly connected to the work that we do.”
“Because if any of those people had been White, chances are they wouldn’t have been murdered. Chances are they wouldn’t have been brutalized,” he said.
“Much of this is wrapped up in implicit bias, and we have incredible power to change people’s biases when they are young. We have to be talking about these issues in schools,” he said.
The high school shut down its Facebook and Twitter pages for the “mental health” of the staff.
“BHS was inundated with hundreds of posts, replies, phone calls and emails from people not associated with the school,” the school system statement reads. “These contacts are not directly related to education within the school. For the safety, mental health and protection of the BHS staff, we had to disable these accounts temporarily. BHS is committed to the safety of students and staff and creating a positive educational environment.”
The Montgomery County School District defended the teacher’s behavior in a statement to Fox News.
“A teacher is entitled to their personal belief regarding any division program. The statements made by this teacher do not reflect our PBIS program or the behavioral expectations that we have of students in our schools,” told the network.
Teacher claims that encouraging students to behave is white supremacy pic.twitter.com/DCBdcuMitg— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 13, 2021
Homeschool pic.twitter.com/6E764Rgh38— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) September 14, 2021