DeSoto ISD cancels Friday classes due to wilin’ out concerns
They actually don’t teach CRT at schools like this.
DESOTO, Texas – DeSoto ISD announced it is canceling all classes Friday after a violent fight between a substitute teacher and a student this week.
The district made the move after a video of the fight was posted online. It happened Wednesday at DeSoto West Middle School.
It’s unclear what led up to the incident. And the district and DeSoto police haven’t said whether criminal charges will be filed against either the child or the teacher involved.
A full investigation into the situation has revealed the cause of the scuffle.
He smudged his Puma so he finna haveta be wilin’ out with all deez keeds.
And this explains why there’s a teacher shortage. This took place at a middle school in DeSoto ISD, a suburb of Dallas, TX. pic.twitter.com/ykw5v1tvay
— Coach D. Finch, MS.Ed. (@FinchCoach) March 10, 2022
Members of tha communidy were not very happy.
The substitute teacher is reportedly 76 years old.
The day following the grandpa brawl, there was another fight in DeSoto High School that reportedly occurred in the cafeteria following a heated argument.
DeSoto HS is 1.8% white according to public data, but to fight systemic racism and white supremacy we will show you a reenactment of the incident using white actors.
Civil society is barely holding it together just about everywhere you look due to virus hysteria and the federal government waging economic war on the American people, Texans in particular. It’s no surprise that a school like this isn’t even able to stay open.
The fact that it was a senior citizen, basically a volunteer, who was attacked by a student, and there is video, made the story go viral, which forced the district’s hand to do something. I suspect wilin’ out like this is not uncommon in DeSoto ISD.
Here is a photo of the class of 1984 from DeSoto High School.
Compare DeSoto ISD, which is having senior citizens attacked on campus, to Southlake Carroll ISD across town.
DeSoto = Old man bloodied, arguments in the cafeteria turning into fisticuffs.
Is closing down the school a civil rights violation? Nah.
Southlake Carroll ISD = an overweight kid who is open about his weird sexual fetishes with classmates = federal investigations from DOE terrorists and endless lawsuits.
Southlake, Texas, rejected diversity lessons in schools. But a federal probe may demand them.
A federal civil rights investigation could force a Texas suburb to implement the same types of diversity programs that voters rejected in landslide elections.
SOUTHLAKE, Texas — After the Department of Education’s civil rights enforcement arm announced in November that it was investigating students’ allegations of discrimination and bullying at the Carroll Independent School District in Southlake, conservative parents and politicians were outraged.
Southlake Mayor John Huffman issued a statement suggesting that the federal investigation might have been launched to retaliate against the city for electing three school board members who opposed a plan for new diversity and inclusion training programs, which they characterized as a ploy to indoctrinate students with critical race theory.
The mayor is 100% accurate.
There’s no evidence that the investigation at Carroll — which focuses on allegations by three students who say they were bullied based on their race, gender and national origin — was opened in response to Southlake’s elections.
This is like saying there is no evidence that a rainstorm caused a flash flood, or there is no evidence the sun makes grass grow. It’s just something that happens coincidently right afterwards.
NBC has been waging a jihad against Carroll ISD for the last 2 years for their collective dissent against the neo-Marxist agenda of having critical theory be at the center of your society, which the Biden administration is treating as law. Every month it seems, NBC National news brings up the same video from 2018 where a young girl in Southlake says the N-word.
As if anyone even cares.
As a matter of fact, you just said the N-word in your head.
Is the sky falling because of it?
Now, NBC is trotting out a poor 12 year old kid, who clearly has a lot of issues, along with his unhinged mom as the latest tragedy of the affluent suburb.
The kid says he was bullied because he’s a “pansexual” and so the district must be federalized.
How did everyone find out about this kid’s sexual desires if he wasn’t telling them?
Yes, the issue at hand is we have a 12 year old being told his identity revolves around who he wants to have sexual intercourse with. It’s in the name — panSEXual.
NBC reports that the panny’s classmates turned an old volleyball net into a noose, implying they sent a message the kid should kill himself.
Zero evidence is shown to back up this claim, and the mother says that no students got in trouble for telling her son to kill himself. This is because there is zero chance this actually happened.
We have written about the Pansexual serving in the Texas House before, Mary Gonzalez. She holds very prominent committee assignments despite potentially being sexually attracted to anything that moves.
Pansexual has a really sweet symbol.
NBC did this mother dirty by giving her the oily-face filter for their attack segment.
Where is the dad? Anyways, what should happen is that this mother should be the one being investigated. Never mind that she’s got a 12 year old who is being sexually aroused by whomever all the time, but apparently this is something his life revolves around. His “identity” is his sexuality?
Making fun of someone is not a criminal offense. It can be rude, ok, whatever. The point is that cracking jokes and not wanting your kids taught CRT has been made illegal through this kind of lawfare terrorism. There was no vote taken, there was no law passed, and yet the federal government is trying to force this on everyone, whether they like it or not.
It’s pretty wild. It won’t work, and so the regime is just going to get more and more aggressive.
Luckily, I have the answer for both school districts.
We need a no-nonsense, old-fashioned common sense approach for teaching life skills.
Here is the first lesson, which is all most people will ever need to know.