Last week, far-left Democrat Governor Gavin Newsome signed a bill making it impossible to suspend students for willful defiance. The bill was passed after activist groups like the “Voice of the Youth” complained that the bill disproportionately affected black students.

If students act up or commit acts of violence in class, teachers and school officials will no longer be able to suspend them. Instead, they will use “restorative justice,” that will give students time to reflect on their actions.

Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani retweeted a brutal video showing the violent beating of a white female teacher by two black female students. Giuliani said he believed that the beating took place in a California school where the extremely far-left Gavin Newsome is governor.  Giuliani reminded everyone that the Democrat governor just signed a bill into law that makes it “almost impossible to suspend these violent students.” Rudy called out the far-left teacher’s union, asking if they will “step up or cower.”

This is, I believe, @GavinNewsom CA. He just signed a law making it almost impossible to suspend these violent students. Let’s see if Teachers Union will step up or cower. Wasn’t Newsome in re-hab? Re-hab him again.

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Former Mayor of NYC, Rudy Giuliani, who is best known for dramatically reducing crime in the city of New York, claims that the school where this fight took place is in the state of California, where the far-left Democrat governor, Gavin Newsome just signed Senate Bill 419, a bill that was intended to lessen the penalties for bad behavior in school. Giuliani asks if the radical United Federation of Teachers, will intervene and stand up for one of the female teacher who is being pummelled in the video below.

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KCLA reports – Under SB 419, students could still be suspended for violence and also for bringing a weapon or illegal drugs to school.

Students in grades 9-12 could still be suspended for willful defiance — but not expelled.

If the bill, which has already passed the state Senate and Assembly, is signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom, it would go into effect July 1, 2020, and expire July 1, 2025

What do you think should happen to these students? Should they be expelled from school before California’s new insane law takes effect?  Share your thoughts with us below and please make sure your comments are constructive.

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