November 4, 2018
Donald Trump is making a new America – a better America.
Children will need to learn important skills for this new era – such as how to identify Mexicans, and how to build border walls.
In Idaho, a few brave public servants have stepped up, to teach the next generation the valuable lessons they will need for the road ahead.
The superintendent of an Idaho school district apologized Friday after at least a dozen elementary school staffers collectively dressed as a “border wall” and in stereotypical Mexican costumes on Halloween at work — and posted photos of themselves on Facebook.
The employees of Heights Elementary School dressed as a wall in cardboard in a group of costumes made to look like bricks. The slogan “Make America Great Again” was written in red, white and blue letters across their chests.
A handful of other school staff dressed in sombreros, serapes (a long blanket-like shawl) and wore fake mustaches and carried maracas. In one of the pictures, a woman appears to have written “Mexican” in capital letters across the brim of her sombrero.
Josh Middleton, the district’s superintendent, in a video posted to the district’s Facebook page on Friday, issued an apology for what he described as “poor judgement.”
Here’s the blob-faced traitor who came out to apologize for having accidentally permitted teachers to teach their students to love America.
“I am here really to share that last night, a parent contacted me expressing concern over staff costumes that were worn on Halloween during the school day,” he said in the video. “I have seen those photos and am deeply troubled by the decision by our staff members to wear those costumes that are clearly insensitive and inappropriate.“
Who the hell is this guy, who thinks he can call the policies of our president “insensitive and inappropriate?”
It is normal now to want to build a border wall. This is mainstream.
We are in the mainstream.
If you don’t like it, you can go to Mexico and declare refugee status.
Middleton said he wanted to express his “sincerest and deepest apologies” and that district administration was “looking into the matter.”
Is he going to apologize for letting them say the Pledge of Allegiance, too?
The superintendent said that he did not believe there was malicious intent behind the costumes.
“I want to say we are better than this. We embrace all students,” Middleton said Friday. “We have a responsibility to teach and reach all students period.”
The school staff who wore the costumes have not been publicly identified and it was unclear whether they will face termination or any other disciplinary action.
This journalist scum thinks that it can threaten these teacher’s jobs – because they support the policies of the government in government schools.
Border wall construction and illegal immigrant identification need to be part of the national curriculum. We need toddler fight clubs too.
The only way to guarantee our future is to build a new generation of stronger, faster, more patriotic American men.
This cuck had better be careful – some of these students might get jobs in ICE, and be asking him for his papers one day.
Some day soon.