by Ron Kersten
A sixth grade teacher threw a child out of virtual class and then belittled him for naming President Donald Trump as a person he “admired.”
Brendan Stanton, a middle school teacher at Perry G. Keithley Middle School in Seattle, deleted the child’s answer and kicked him out of the online classroom for a whole period.
Stanton then went on a rant about the president to sixth graders — all caught on video.
When the child’s mother, a Hispanic woman, complained to him, he lied and misled her about what happened.
Unfortunately for Brandon Stanton, the mother recorded the incident earlier on her cell phone.
This is child abuse. And Brendan Stanton got caught.
He should be fired, and never have an opportunity to “teach” his brand of leftist dogma to young minds again.
Via 770 KTTH:
The morning after the world learned President Donald Trump contracted the coronavirus, a Seattle-area teacher went on a rant about the president to sixth graders. When a mom complained, he misled her about what happened. Luckily, the mom recorded the incident on her cell phone.
Brendan Stanton, a middle school teacher at P.G. Keithley Middle School in Tacoma, asked students who they admired and why. One student answered President Trump. That triggered Stanton.
Not only did the teacher boot the student from the chat, he proceeded to scold the child for his “inappropriate” answer.
Each day, Stanton asks his students a daily question. This time he asked students, “Who is the one person you admire and why?” Students are asked to write their answers in the online chatroom. According to a screenshot, Kusander’s son wrote:
” I admire Donald J. Trump because he is making America great again. And because he is the best president the United States of America could ever, ever have. And he built the wall so terrorists couldn’t come into in the U. S. Trump is the best person in the world. And that’s why I had admire him.“
Stanton almost immediately kicked the student out of the chatroom, deleted the chat, and proceeded to attack the president, while calling out the student for mentioning him. The student, who I am keeping anonymous, immediately told his mother.