California teacher berates 13-year-old for supporting police – OutKick
A substitute teacher in California’s Grass Valley School District proved last week that he needed an American history lesson as much as any student, and maybe more. The anonymous male substitute lashed out at a teenager in class for his pro-police mask.
Lucas Lillar, 13, who respected California’s masking cosmetic theater, wore a pro-law enforcement mask to school last week. The mask features a black and white American flag with a thin blue line positioned in the middle. Lillar’s mask triggered his substitute teacher, who deliberately confused the thin blue line flag with the Confederate flag and then verbally admonished the teenager about it in front of his classmates. Part of the exchange was filmed.
“It’s not the American flag, it’s the new Confederacy flag,” said the awake substitute.
A substitute teacher in California was caught harassing an 8th grader over his ‘thin blue line’ mask, even calling it ‘the new confederation flag’. pic.twitter.com/Psv97YCloQ
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After the student corrected the teacher by informing him that the flag adorning his mask was not, in fact, the Confederate flag, the substitute angrily fired back:
“Well, we can’t do Confederation, but we can show red, white, and blue. No, it’s black, white, with a blue line in it.
The substitute may not be aware of his history, but he knows his colors perfectly.
Lillar, who wears the mask to support her father and stepmother, who are both police officers, responded by saying, “Yes, (the mask has) the thin blue line.”
Professor’s response: “Yeah, but it’s not American.”
At this point, the replacement should have excused himself and walked into the workshop class to fix his broken brain, ego, and grammar. Then again, that wouldn’t have done him much good. After all, you can’t fix stupid.
Lillar and the substitute argued for what Lillar and his classmates estimated at almost 20 minutes. The replacement continued to raise his voice and talk to Lillard, and his uneducated stance left the teenager puzzled.
“I was confused because I didn’t know what he was talking about at first,” Lillar said. fox and friends. “And then he kept saying, ‘That’s not American’ and how, ‘If the police don’t like you, they’ll shoot you.'”
In this case, the only thing that was shot was the substitute’s chances of earning another payday from the school district. It was forbidden to return to the district. So unlike the South, it will not recover.
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