By Todd Starnes
Cheryl Judy is the art teacher at Sherman Junior & Senior high School in Boone County, West Virginia. She is also a self-described liberal.
The other day she committed an anti-Trump fashion faux pas in the classroom – surrounded by several students.
Ms. Judy was photographed wearing a jacket with the words “Tuck Frump” pinned on the back — the letters comprising the f-word highlighted in white.
One of the kids in the classroom posted the photo online – went viral faster than an Angry Cat meme.
“Without me thinking I said, ‘Sure,’ and she didn’t post it to be mean or anything,” Ms. Judy told the Gazette Mail. “She has apologized for it and she didn’t know that this is what would happen and she put it on Snapchat and then it just went everywhere. It exploded. It was unintentional on my part and her part.”
She told the newspaper she had modeled the jacket for several students who shared her liberal ideology.
“They were not offended by it,” she said. “It doesn’t really have anything inappropriate on it unless you read it the wrong way.”
Even a second grader could figure that out.
The school district will not say if they are investigating — or if Ms. Judy will face some sort of punishment.
But students were quick to point out if they had worn such a profane piece of clothing – they would’ve been tossed out of the school house.
“I don’t want to lose my job,” she said. “I want to teach my students, but if I have to, I have to.”
This is — once again – a classic case of Trump Derangement Syndrome, a left-wing political disease that seems to inflict public school teachers.
And as I wrote in my book – The Deplorables’ Guide to Making America Great Again – it is imperative we root out the infestation and restore common sense in the classroom.
Ms. Judy tells the Gazette Mail that even though she is liberal – she does not force her beliefs on anyone.
“I don’t try to push my ideas onto other people – my liberalism I don’t try to push onto other people, my religion, nothing,” she said.
Instead, she just wears her beliefs on her outerwear.
I reckon it could’ve been worse. At least the message wasn’t plastered on a pair of Spanx.