A high school teacher won a ruling in Texas to be reinstated after she was fired for asking President Trump to help get illegal immigrants out of her Fort Worth school.
The state determined that Georgia Clark should be reinstated after the Fort Worth Independent School District fired her. The school district said it would be appealing the state’s ruling, but the appeal would be adjudicated by the same agency that moved to reinstate Clark.
The superintendent, Kent Scribner, said in a statement, “We stand by our decision because we firmly believe this is in the best interests of all students.”
Clark said the school’s assistant principal was at fault for the situation, describing him as a “Hispanic assistant principal who protects certain students from criminal prosecution.”
She tweeted in May to ask Trump to help out the school district in getting rid of illegal immigrants. “Mr. President, Fort Worth Independent School District is loaded with illegal students from Mexico. Carter-Riverside High School has been taken over by them. Drug dealers are on our campus and nothing was done to them when the drug dogs found the evidence,” Clark said.
The teacher said in a subsequent investigation that she thought she was direct messaging the president and not posting publicly to Twitter. The Texas school board voted unanimously in June to fire Clark.
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