The Fort Worth ISD school board voted unanimously on Tuesday to fire a teacher for her tweets to President Trump and warnings about drugs on the school campus.
The school board fired her for her offensive tweets about immigration.
Teacher Georgia Clark was upset about the huge number of illegals in the school and the drugs on campus.
It was a unanimous vote.
Ms. Clark should have known better to complain about illegals in the school.
— Blake Hanson (@BlakeFox4News) June 5, 2019
FOX4 News reported:
The Fort Worth ISD school board voted to fire a teacher accused of posting a controversial tweet about illegal immigration.
In a Tuesday afternoon hearing, the school board heard from parents asking the district to fire Carter-Riverside High School English teacher Georgia Clark.
The district began investigating Clark after she apparently sent a tweet under a clandestine Twitter handle to President Donald Trump asking if anything could be done to “remove illegals from Fort Worth.”