MOCK ASSASSINATION OF DONALD TRUMP Sparks Outrage At Texas School

The left is always talking about political correctness until it comes to something like the situation at Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas. Two boys put on a skit portraying the assassination of Donald Trump. The school said “appropriate action” was taken to punish the boys. Really? Was the “appropriate action” taken in this case if the boys were not even suspended? What are we teaching our children in school if we don’t teach that you will be punished for violent and hateful behavior? 

A San Antonio, Texas school is under fire for an outrageous skit portraying the assassination of President-elect Donald Trump by two 10th grade students. The skit provoked outrage from the parents of a student who watched it unfold last week. Harold and Melinda Bean said that in the skit, entitled “The Assassination of Donald Trump,” one of the boys made a gunfire sound effect with his cell phone as the other boy, portraying Trump, fell to the ground in mock death.

Melina Bean made a great point when she explained her concern that the boys weren’t punish enough:

“Younger children using their hands to simulate guns on the playground have been suspended, she said, and this was far worse.” – Melinda Bean

All of the students were required to submit descriptions of their English class presentations beforehand to be approved by their teacher, the parents said, but these two students in particular changed their skit afterward.

“Appropriate action” was taken to reprimand both boys and their teacher, said Northside ISD spokesman Barry Perez. The parents, however, believe more should have been done, including suspending the two students.
“Honestly I have run out of words to describe how angry I am and how shocked I am that they’re still in school today,” Melinda Bean said.

Younger children using their hands to simulate guns on the playground have been suspended, she said, and this was far worse.
The teacher apologized Monday, Harold Bean said, but that wasn’t enough.
“I don’t understand how the teacher can repeat an apology and be right there back at work on Monday morning,” he said. “Though we understand she is apologetic, it does not make the situation right.”
Perez said campus officials investigated the incident and found that the teacher didn’t condone it and stopped the skit. But Harold Bean questioned why she allowed it to start once she heard the title.
“Pardon my language but I think that it’s a bunch of B.S. if they’re going to tell you the kids were stopped,” Harold Bean.

Via: mySA


Join The Conversation: Leave a Comment