Texas School Board Fires Teacher Who Reported Undocumented Students

A North Texas school board has fired an English teacher who tweeted out that her high school was full of students who were in the country illegally.

The Fort Worth Independent School District board voted 8-0 at a special meeting on Tuesday night to terminate Carter-Riverside High School teacher Georgia Clark.

Clark now has two weeks to appeal the decision of the school board. She will remain employed with pay until the two weeks are up.

“Mr. President, Fort Worth Independent School District is loaded with illegal students from Mexico,” was one of her tweets she fired off.

“Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them.”

The school board president Jacinto “Cinto” Ramos Jr. stressed that all students are welcome.

“Fort Worth ISD values its responsibility to serve all students who reside in the district who attend Fort Worth ISD Schools,” Ramos said. “The U.S. Supreme Court has expressly held that no student may be denied a public school education based upon their citizenship status or lack thereof.”

One again, an American is losing their job for speaking out about Illegals who are getting a free ride in America. Why is this okay?

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Jerrie W
Jerrie W
3 years ago

This phuckin boils my blood! Those kids and parents need to be round up and put on a bus back to their own country!

Kirby Morrison
Kirby Morrison
3 years ago

She needs to find a attorney and sue the school for all they have! I have found that when you take money from liberals it’s the only way to get their attention.

vhal ha (@vallahal)
3 years ago

The Democrats do not like to follow the law, they love illegals to simply count on their votes.