Teacher Fired After Asking Trump To Help Remove Illegals From Schools


A high school English teacher in Texas has been fired after tweeting at President Trump asking him for help ridding "illegal students from Mexico" in her school district. According to CBS News, the Fort Worth Independent School District board of trustees voted unanimously to fire Georgia Clark on Tuesday. "I really do need a contact here in Fort Worth who should be actively investigating and removing illegals that are in the public school system," she tweeted at one point. In another missive, she wrote her cell phone number and added, “Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated." Clark admitted she wrote the inflammatory tweets, but "stated she did not realize the tweets were public,” the Fort Worth Independent School District said in a review. In 2013, she was punished after calling students "little Mexico" and "white bread," while in May, she allegedly told a student, “Show me your papers that are saying you are legal,” after the student asked to go to the bathroom.


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