White Teacher Fired After Tweeting To Trump That She Wanted Undocumented Immigrants Out Of Her School

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White Teacher Fired After Tweeting To Trump That She Wanted Undocumented Immigrants Out Of Her School

Georgia Clark even let the president know that the school was "loaded with illegal students from Mexico."

Published June 8th

Georgia Clark, a Fort Worth Independent School District teacher, has been fired from her position after she shot off several tweets to Donald Trump about alleged illegal immigrants at her school.

The Texas school district announced Wednesday that Clark was terminated with a vote of 8-0 by the school board.

Clark posted a string of tweets to President Trump from her Twitter account wanting to expose the school district for being "loaded with illegal students from Mexico," as she wrote in one tweet. The account has recently been deleted.

"Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them," Clark wrote to Mr. Trump. "Drug dealers are on our campus and nothing was done to them."

She asked the president for contact information in Fort Worth "who should be actively investigating & removing illegals that are in the public school system." The teacher admitted to the tweets but says she thought that she was sending the messages privately. She has since deactivated her account.

When people got word of the teacher’s antics, many shared their thoughts on Twitter:

However, there were plenty of people who voiced their support for the teacher who was willing to “risk her job” to sound the alarm:

Written by Tweety Elitou

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