Texas Teacher Begged Trump To Help Her Get Rid Of Hispanic Kids

In most of the country, kids attend school to learn. At Carter-Riverside High School in Fort Worth, however, one Trump-loving teacher has been fighting to make sure it’s just the white kids.

“Mr. President, Forth Worth Independent School District is loaded with illegal immigrants from Mexico,” English teacher Georgia Clark wrote on May 17 on her @Rebecca1939 account. “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.”

“I do not know what to do. Anything you can do to remove the illegals from Fort Worth would be greatly appreciated,” another tweet reads from the now-deleted account.

Clark says that she thought her racist tweets were private messages to Trump.

A student also reports that she was told, “Show me your papers that are saying you are legal” after requesting to go to the bathroom.

Clark, who has worked for the Fort Worth School District since 1998, was placed on paid vacation (administrative leave) pending an investigation.

But many are wondering why she was there in the first place given her past.

A History of Hate

Clark was suspended in 2013 without pay after calling students at Western Hills High School where she worked as a reading teacher “Little Mexico” and other fun names.

She was recommended for termination by a review committee but managed to keep her job after the United Educators Association intervened. This is despite an astounding 18 student witnesses.

She also separated her class by race, the students said.

“The Mexicans on one side and the white and black people on another side,”  she reportedly told her class one day. A student told the Office of Professional Standards, “She had told the Mexicans that (they’re) Mexico and that the white and blacks are America.”

Students say she spoke to Hispanic students as though they did not speak English and regularly used stereotypes related to African-Americans. For instance, she once called a “Blood” because he wore red shoes.

But Clark says her actions were all completely innocent, and that her students had segregated themselves to talk instead of doing classwork. And the “blood” thing with the shoes? That was a compliment, she says.

But colleagues also witnessed racist behavior. One co-worker gave a statement that Clark complained a female student “was too busy hanging out with her black boyfriend in the afternoons to go out and sell ads” for the yearbook.

“Her statement to me was racist,” the colleague said. “Her statement to me was judgmental about a student’s relationship with another student.”

Ultimately, after a year-long investigation, Clark agreed to a three-day suspension without pay, a letter of reprimand, and a transfer to another school — Carter-Riverside High, where her racist behavior continued.

She was previously placed on administrative leave for kicking students and her behavior was reviewed when she spread a rumor that two former colleagues were having an affair.

Clark’s behavior with her recent reports to Trump is once again under review. The teacher, who was dumb enough to tweet her phone number along with her hate, now complains that people have called her to inform her she is a “racist bitch.”

Watch a report on Clark below:

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