Texas Teacher Screams 'DIE' While Shooting Water at Trump Inauguration Video in Class
When you send your child off to school in the morning, especially on a historic Inauguration Day, is there ever a moment when you imagine something like this could happen in front of the class? At W.H. Adamson High School in Dallas, Texas, art students were treated to an epic meltdown by their teacher, Payal Modi, who screamed "DIE!" and shot President Trump's image with a water gun while students watched his inauguration by video. Someone filmed it and Modi posted it to her Instagram account. She has since removed the video, but it is traveling around Twitter.
Adamson High School assistant principal Bobby Nevels confirmed for PJ Media that the person in the video is Modi. "It is her, yes," said Nevels, "and the district is aware of the video but will not comment on personnel issues." When questioned about whether it was done during class and in front of students, Nevels said he assumed that it was, based on the video.
Adding irony to injury, Modi's Instagram account featured this on her page recently, urging "kindness" and "respect."
Also littering Modi's Instagram account are references to the Women's March and the marchers' pus*y fixation.
Before Modi shut down her Twitter account, users found this photo of her in the Oval Office recently, a truly disturbing twist considering she appears to want the president dead.
Daily events such as this one make me more secure in my choice to homeschool. How have we come to a point where educators, who are paid to instill knowledge into young minds, have abdicated their role so completely as to take part in the politicization of everything? Parents in the Dallas area ought to be enraged that their tax dollars are paying to teach their children that this kind of violent rhetoric is okay. It is not okay to wish an American president dead. It is not okay to radicalize young students into whatever political view you hold. It is not okay to do any of this.
Let us not forget that we live in a time of mass shootings in schools and the fear is so intense that a seven-year-old was suspended for bringing a toy gun to school, a kindergartner was suspended for bringing a bubble gun to school, and don't forget the absurdity of the 10-year-old suspended for using finger guns. In today's climate, it can't possibly be okay for a teacher to bring a water gun to school and shoot it while screaming "DIE" at a video of the president of the United States.