There are some scary, scary people out there, and it is also scary that teacher unions and public school administrators are allowing their scary behavior to continue in front of our children.

The Washington Times is reporting about a Dallas, Texas public school teacher who was firing a water gun at an image of President Trump and yelling "die" in front of her classroom.

Don't believe me? Well, this brilliant teacher recorded it and then shared it on her Instagram account.  Still don't believe me? Click on the following hotlink to The Washington Times article and witness it for yourself:

Video of teacher shooting a water gun at an image of President Trump

The image she was shooting at was of the Presidents inauguration being projected on her classrooms white board, in front of her class.

I have been telling you this for years: If your children attend public school, be aware of what their teachers are teaching them, telling them, and how they are acting in front of them.  This does not mean all teachers are mentally imbalanced or, at best, emotionally unstable as this teacher appears to be.  I would bet that a large majority are fine, intelligent and thoughtful people, who are attempting to do the best they can to teach your children.  Just make sure your child’s teacher is not like the one in the video.

The Dallas Independent School District said in a statement:

Today, we were made aware of a social media posting being circulated involving a teacher at W. H. Adamson High School.  The teacher has been placed on administrative leave and the district has opened an investigation.

Placed on administrative leave makes me think she is still being paid during this investigation.  Why is an investigation needed? It was recorded, and the world can see what she did.  I hope she is at least not being paid taxpayer dollars while she is on leave.

Should someone like this be allowed to be in front of students?  My answer to that question is a resounding NO!

At a minimum this teacher should have to undergo a psychiatric exam; would you agree?

We must all come together and say enough is enough, and do our best to put an end to this type of behavior, no matter who is acting out in this way.  This is dangerous to our way of life and social conduct.

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