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Oh Yeah, this one is great! Here is the Daily Wire story:
WATCH: Liberal Teacher Confronts Latino Student Over His Support For Trump, Gets Crushed With Facts
The FBI is “seeded in white supremacy,” claimed the liberal teacher.
November 6, 2017
A high school student from the Hudson Valley area in New York, who wishes to remain anonymous said he was challenged by his liberal creative writing teacher for being a Latino Trump supporter, and he captured most of the back-and-forth on video.
Within the heated political exchange, the liberal teacher perpetuated the notion of rampant anti-black racist police shootings in America, claimed she was “smarter” than the dictionary, suggested FBI statistics were bunk because the organization is “seeded” in white supremacy, and accused the Latino student of being a brainwashed “radical.”
Although the 12th grader cited statistics and facts, the teacher maintained her victimhood narrative and carried on the debate for what the student said was well over the ten minutes captured on camera.
Here’s the student’s take, posted via a pseudonym online:
She was talking loudly about Trump and I am one of the few right-wingers in my school. So she asked me why I supported him seeing as how I am Latino, and he hates us. I responded saying that he doesn’t hate Latinos, he just wants to remove Illegals from the US. It then shifted to how there are a war on blacks and other minorities because of cop killings, and stated that the FBI statistics I was using were skewered because it was seeded on white supremacy.
It finally shifted to where she said how when its a Muslim attack, its labeled terrorism, but Vegas was not since he was white. I told her that so far, unless something turns up, we have not found any political or religious aims, and therefore it cannot be viewed as a terrorist incident because the definition of terrorism states violence in the pursuit of political aim (((anti-fa))). At that point, she claimed multiple times the dictionary was wrong and that she knew more than it.
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Kevin J. Johnston