Teacher Georgia Clark — who was fired for tweeting to President Trump that her Texas high school was overrun with illegal immigrants — won her job back after filing a complaint with the Texas Education Agency Commissioner.
The Commission ruled that Clark’s tweet was protected by the First Amendment, so the Carter-Riverside High School must give Clark her job back, along with back pay and employment benefits, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
A spokeswoman for the Fort Worth Independent School District said the school is considering options after losing its case.
“It appears the Commissioner ruled the way he did based on a technicality and we are exploring all of our options,” said Barbara Griffith, a rep for the school district. “We have not yet had a chance to review and analyze the entire decision.”
The brouhaha erupted after Georgia Clark — a high school English teacher — tweeted at President Trump in May 2019. She asked Trump for “assistance in reporting illegal immigrants” in her school district.
Clark lamented that “I do not know what to do. Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated.”
Clark added: “I need protection from recrimination should I report it to the authorities but do not know where to turn. I contacted the Texas Education Agency and then my teacher organization. Texas will not protect whistleblowers. The Mexicans refuse to honor our flag.”
Predictably, leftist Twitter hyenas reported Clark to her school district, claiming her tweets were racist. The school district reacted by firing Clark.
From her tweets, it appears that Clark was upset not only that her classroom was overrun by illegal aliens, but that they refuse to respect the American flag.
Her lament is reminiscent of an alarming scene from July 2019, when anti-ICE protesters replaced an American flag with a Mexican flag at an ICE facility in Colorado.
Hundreds of protesters also removed a “Blue Lives Matter” flag and vandalized it by spray-painting the words “Abolish ICE” across it before raising the flag upside-down on a pole next to the flag of Mexico.
Ironically, most of the protesters were self-flagellating white apologists who prioritize illegal aliens above U.S. citizens and lawful residents.
While they gleefully raised the flag of Mexico to undermine U.S. immigration laws, they forget that if any of them snuck across the Mexican border illegally, they’d immediately be deported back to the United States — no questions asked.
There would be no Mexicans protesting for their right to stay illegally in Mexico. Let that sink in.
These countries have the strictest immigration laws in the world. Are they also racist white supremacists? Notice that the United States is not even in the top 10.
3. Gulf States
5. South Korea
As BizPac Review reported, Democrats have repeatedly denied that the border crisis is real, and have accused President Trump of “manufacturing” a crisis.
In recent months — when they could no longer deny the facts — Democrats and the media finally conceded that there is indeed an illegal-immigration emergency at the border.
— Herbert Reed (@Herbert_L_Reed) July 21, 2019
Race-baiting leftist politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar claim that enforcing longstanding federal immigration laws (that were passed decades ago by both Democrats and Republicans) are racist.
Jeh Johnson, a Trump-hating Democrat, also clapped back at the left-wing media and members of his own party, saying the sensationalized leftist talking point of “children in cages” did not start the day President Trump took office.
“Chain link barriers, partitions, fences, cages — whatever you want to call them — were not invented on Jan. 20, 2017, OK?” Johnson said. Johnson also slammed Democrats’ proposals to decriminalize illegal border crossings, saying that “is tantamount to declaring publicly that we have open borders.”