Middle school teacher rips student for naming President Trump as person he admires

Middle school teacher rips student for naming President Trump as person he admires. By The College Fix.

A Tacoma, Washington middle school teacher took great offense when one of his students named President Trump as a person he admires. …

Perry G. Keithley Middle School sixth grade teacher Brendan Stanton (below) asked his virtual class this very question — “who is the one person you admire and why?”

According to MyNorthwest.com, the male student answered

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.

The boy’s mother, Elsy Kusander, entered the room to hear Stanton “berating the president” so she began recording what was being said on her phone.

Nakedly indoctrinates. And so easy to wind up.

Stanton was so angry, apparently, he would not even say Trump’s name.

The example that was shared in the chat, which I went ahead and erased for us, was not appropriate right?” Stanton told his class. “Especially as that individual has created so much division and hatred between people and specifically spoken hatred to many different individuals, ok?

Again, that individual has spoken hate to many individuals and I don’t think is an appropriate example for a role model that we should be admiring.

The teacher denied it when confronted by the kid’s mother, but the mother had recorded it on her phone over her kid’s shoulder (it was an online class).

So what did the children learn — that supporting their president is not ok? That not being left is hateful? Such clumsy, low grade indoctrination. An awful lot of people must be wondering how much of this goes on, and how to avoid it.

Who should pay whom? Maybe we could ask “teachers” who want to teach their politics to pay for the privilege? Sure, you can lecture my son about President Trump, but it will cost $65 per hour please.