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    South Texas Teacher Removed From Job After Begging President Trump to Stop...(update)

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    South Texas Teacher Removed From Job After Begging President Trump to Stop Illegal Invasion

    The rule of law is close to dead as third-world economic migrants flow across the porous border.

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    A teacher from Fort Worth, TX has been put on leave and may lose her job after begging and pleading President Donald Trump to do something about the illegal immigrants laying waste to her town.
    A Twitter account attributed to Georgia Clark reportedly sent tweets to President Trump begging him to do something about the invasion that she could see happening at Carter-Riverside High School, which is 87.5 percent Hispanic.
    “I do not know what to do. Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated. My phone number is [XXX-XXX-XXXX] and my cell is [XXX-XXX-XXXX]. Georgia Clark is my real name. Thank you,” the tweet read.
    Her alleged pleas to end the lawlessness in Fort Worth will not go unpunished. Clark was promptly put on paid administrative leave with additional consequences pending.

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    “The district is reviewing its options,” said Clint Bond, spokesman for the school district.
    “Our mission is to prepare ALL students for success in college, career and community leadership. Let me reiterate our commitment that every child in the District is welcome and is to be treated with dignity and respect,” Superintendent Kent P. Scribner said in a statement.
    “As we conclude the school year this Friday, please know we take this promise very seriously and your child’s safety and well-being are always our number-one priority,” Scribner added.
    Authorities are looking into whether Clark’s alleged behavior violates the district’s policy on electronic speech.

    “If an employee’s use of electronic media interferes with the employee’s ability to effectively perform his or her job duties, the employee is subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination of employment,” the district policy states.
    The Supreme Court has ruled that teachers do not forfeit their First Amendment rights by taking the job, but it is apparently left at the discretion of bureaucrats to determine which type of speech is protected.
    “…when an employee’s speech does not have First Amendment protection, the employee may receive a reprimand, change of assignment, or even dismissal as a result of speech, in accordance with other law and policy,” stated the Texas Association of School Boards.
    The fact that merely advocating for the law of the land to be followed is a grave cause of concern speaks a lot about what America will look like if the third-world invasion is not stopped.
    “Mr. President, Fort Worth Independent School district is loaded with illegal students from Mexico. Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them. Drug dealers are on our campus and nothing was done to them when the drug dogs found the evidence,” Clark allegedly wrote in a Tweet.

    Fort Worth school trustees voted to harbor and shield illegal immigrants in 2017 shortly after President Trump was inaugurated, claiming they would create a “welcoming and safe” atmosphere for illegals.
    “As the editor of my college newspaper years ago (Vietnam era), I know there is always another side to the story,” Clark told Newsweek when approached for comment.
    The rule of law is not likely to survive if the invasion by third-world economic migrants continues at its current rate, and this concerned teacher may be the next victim of a country turned inside out by illegal immigrants and their Democratic enablers.

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    Illegal aliens have NO right to attend our schools.

    Get them all out!

    School is out in June and they must NOT be enrolled in the Fall.

    NO MORE REWARDING THESE CRIMINAL TRESPASSING ILLEGAL ALIENS AND WE DO NOT WANT TO PAY FOR THEIR SCHOOL!

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    The liberl socialists in the school want to punish her for daring to ressist the illegal alien invasion that they see as their key to permanent political power in America.

    And unfortunately her Tweet will fall upon Trump's deaf ears that no longer care about listening to the Americans who elected him.
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    Texas district fires teacher who tried to report undocumented students to Trump on Twitter

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    Jun 5th 2019 3:59AM

    A Texas teacher who tried to report undocumented students in her school district to Donald Trump through a series of public tweets - that she thought were private messages to the president - has been fired.

    The Fort Worth Independent School District unanimously voted 8-0 to terminate the employment of Georgia Clark at a special meeting Tuesday.

    Clark,an English teacher at Carter-Riverside High School, tweeted that the school she worked at had been "taken over" by "illegal students from Mexico," that Trump was elected "on the promise that a wall would be built to protect our borders" and tweeted multiple statements referencing "illegals."

    The tweets started gaining attention on social media last week, and Clark's account was deleted May 29. She was placed on administrative leave after the school district became aware of the tweets.

    Clark has previously been investigated for similar comments, according to district records obtained by NBC Dallas-Fort Worth.

    'Show me your papers... you are illegal'

    She was suspended in 2013 after she allegedly referred to a group of students as "Little Mexico" and another student as "white bread."

    Clark is also currently under investigation for a complaint that she allegedly told a student to "Show me your papers... you are illegal," after the student asked for permission to use the bathroom.

    According to district documents, Clark told an investigator she thought the tweets were direct messages to President Trump and didn't know her tweets were public.

    The Hispanic student population in Fort Worth Independent School District is nearly 63 percent. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that about 88 percent of the students at the school Clark had been teaching are Hispanic.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/06/05/texas-district-fires-teacher-who-tried-to-report-undocumented-students-to-trump-on-twitter/23742129/

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    Ft. Worth School Board Unanimously Votes to Fire Teacher for Tweeting About Illegal Aliens and Drugs on School Campus to President Trump

    by Jim Hoft June 5, 2019 463 Comments



    The Fort Worth ISD school board voted unanimously on Tuesday to fire a teacher for her tweets to President Trump and warnings about drugs on the school campus.


    The school board fired her for her offensive tweets about immigration.
    Teacher Georgia Clark was upset about the huge number of illegals in the school and the drugs on campus.
























    It was a unanimous vote.
    Ms. Clark should have known better to complain about illegals in the school.
    FOX4 News reported:
    The Fort Worth ISD school board voted to fire a teacher accused of posting a controversial tweet about illegal immigration.
    In a Tuesday afternoon hearing, the school board heard from parents asking the district to fire Carter-Riverside High School English teacher Georgia Clark.
    The district began investigating Clark after she apparently sent a tweet under a clandestine Twitter handle to President Donald Trump asking if anything could be done to “remove illegals from Fort Worth.”
    https://twitter.com/TomFitton/status/1136238961351909376



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    What is the phone number?

    We should get it on twitter and FB and get EVERYBODY to call and protest this!!!

    Send in ICE to that school district and get the illegal parents AND their minor children deported off our soil!
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    Teacher wins appeal after being fired over immigration tweet

    Nov. 27, 2019

    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — An English teacher who was fired after tweeting to President Donald Trump that her Texas high school was full of students who are in the country illegally has won an appeal to get her job back.

    Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath ruled Monday that Carter-Riverside High School teacher Georgia Clark’s tweet was protected by the First Amendment, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. Morath also determined that Clark is entitled to back pay and employment benefits, or the Fort Worth Independent School District can pay her a year’s salary.

    “It appears the commissioner ruled the way he did based on a technicality and we are exploring all of our options,” said Barbara Griffith, a spokeswoman for the school district. “This is all we are going to say right now, as we have not yet had a chance to review and analyze the entire decision.”

    Clark’s attorney, Brandon Brim, didn’t respond to the newspaper’s request for comment. Under state law, the district has 20 days to ask for a hearing, based on a specific problem it feels was ignored. If that request is filed, the Texas agency would have 45 days to rule on the request.


    Beyond that, any additional appeal would come in the form of a lawsuit in district court.

    Earlier this year, several tweets from a Twitter account that used Clark’s name asked the president to crack down on student immigration at the school. One tweet asked him to help remove “illegals from Fort Worth.”

    Her tweets sparked an outcry, and the district placed Clark on administrative leave in May. In June, the district board unanimously voted to fire Clark. She told a district investigator that her tweet was meant only for President Donald Trump’s eyes and that she didn’t realize her tweets could be seen by the public.

    The Twitter account has since been deleted.

    In August, an independent hearing examiner suggested that the board reinstate Clark after finding her job termination unjustifiable. But the board rejected the recommendation and upheld the decision to fire her.

    “We stand by our decision because we firmly believe this is in the best interest of all students,” Superintendent Kent P. Scribner said.

    It wasn’t the first time Clark’s job was in jeopardy. In 2013, the board voted to fire her over her language and behavior toward students, but a teachers group intervened and helped resolve the situation.

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    Illegal aliens have NO student visa to attend any of our schools.

    Deport them all.

    Stop rewarding the illegal parents and stop them bringing their offspring here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ALIPAC View Post
    The liberl socialists in the school want to punish her for daring to ressist the illegal alien invasion that they see as their key to permanent political power in America.

    And unfortunately her Tweet will fall upon Trump's deaf ears that no longer care about listening to the Americans who elected him.
    I really wish a Republican would challenge Trump for the next election. I don't want a democrat to win, but at the same time, I can't see myself voting for him again after he betrayed us.
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