A middle school in California has removed a history teacher who told her students that Trump was still president


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  • A middle school in California has removed a history teacher who said Donald Trump was still president.

  • The teacher also claimed that President Joe Biden’s son Hunter was “having sex with his own niece.”

  • The VC star reported that the teacher expressed “deep remorse” for what he said in the class.

A California history teacher was removed from her job after telling students that Donald Trump was still president.

The unidentified teacher also claimed with President Joe Biden’s son Hunter about the COVID-19 vaccine.

“For example, Hunter Biden is doing business with China and Ukraine, which were illegally pouring money. He also had child pornography on his laptop. He has a sexual relationship with his niece. “I said in a recording, according to a teacher who worked at Anakapa Junior High School. CBS New York..

“If you have babies in the hospital, they don’t want to return them if they haven’t been vaccinated,” the teacher said in a recording. “This is a threat of full power control.”

It is unclear if teachers are still employed by Ventura Unified, the district that oversees Anakapa.

A second-year junior high school student said he had never been vaccinated against the coronavirus after a class with a history teacher, CBS New York reported. Then he asked her if she knew that Trump was still the president of the United States.

According to CBS New York, parents asked, “That’s why? Why do we need to say that in this classroom full of kids?” “I trusted to teach her the facts about history, and she set out with this rant like a pulpit preacher.”

Ventura Unified did not immediately return the insider’s request for comment.

But in a statement to Ventura County StarA district spokesman said the school began investigating the case after receiving teacher records on October 18.

Spokesperson Marianne Quiros told the star that the school district “does not tolerate non-educational discussions” in the classroom.

The star reported that the teacher expressed “deep regret” for what she said in class.

But parents say that’s not enough. Parents in second-year junior high school who are currently afraid to be vaccinated against the coronavirus say her child and her husband are in a hurt relationship because of teacher comments.

His father wondered what the sophomores learned at school, and his son said he believed in his teacher. “When he first got in the car and said,’Dad, teacher knows everything. She’s right, dad. You’re wrong.’ He was hurt. Hurt. Scared. Now I don’t trust my parents. I think we lied to him, “the parents told CBS New York.

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