The Democrats are insane when it comes to their hatred for conservatives.
They can’t even deal with simple statements of facts.
A Michigan teacher was fired when he said these four words about Trump.
There used to be a time in the not so distant past when Americans could come together and respect each other despite political differences.
After the terrible tragedy of 9/11 Americans banded together and put their differences aside to stand strong together.
We’ve come so far from that many Americans now consider other Americans to be the enemy.
Atlantic writer and former ESPN talker Jemele Hill claims that every voter who voted for Trump is a racist.
“If you vote for Donald Trump, you are a racist. You have no wiggle room.” Hill wrote on Facebook.
Hill’s accusing every single Trump voter of being an immoral person because she thinks she knows their motivation.
Many Americans were motived to vote for Trump because of the hundreds of thousands of unborn black babies that were killed through abortion every year.
Many people voted for Trump because he promised that he would work to stop illegal immigration and he would try to bring back jobs to America.
Over 59 million Americans voted for Trump. Hill doesn’t get to call them all immoral just because she happens to disagree with their politics.
A Michigan teacher claims he lost his job because he posted “[Trump] is our president” on Twitter.
“I’m done being silent,” he wrote. “@realDonaldTrump is our president.” Justin Kucera, a social studies teacher and baseball coach at Walled Lake Western High School, posted on social media.
While many liberals like to claim that Trump is not their president, Trump was in fact elected in 2016 and stating that Trump is president shouldn’t get anyone fired from their job.
The majority of voters in Michigan voted for Trump to be their president.
“I was required to meet with [human resources], the superintendent, and my principal [on July 10]. They initially took my statement on why I tweeted those tweets and they told me they would have a decision about my future employment in the upcoming days. When they completed the meeting, I was told I had the option to either be fired or resign,” Kucera told the Washington Free Beacon.
The school district claims that Kucera wasn’t fired because of his political beliefs.
“These are difficult times in our community and across our country,” Judy Evola, director of community relations for Walled Lake Consolidated Schools, told the paper. “When issues arise, there’s a temptation to view items through the lens of our fractured political discourse. Walled Lake encourages students and staff members to engage each other with mutual respect and civility.”
The school refused to give the reasons for Kucera being fired citing confidentiality concerns.
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