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Video shows a teacher yells "Kill yourself" at lockdown protestors in Oregon

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A new video shows an Oregon teacher screaming at lockdown protestors, telling them to kill themselves.

The demonstration took place in Bend, Oregon, where people gathered to stand against the closures of the small businesses while the giants like Walmart are permitted to stay open and get profits.

During the protest, a teacher can be seen in the video looking out of her vehicle window to scream at one pf the protestors, “Bitch! Kill yourself!”

“I’m a fucking teacher, I work in schools,” the woman shouts. “I teach students, my students’ families are dying!”

The crowd continues to chant, “USA” and the teacher went on with the rant and showed the obscene gesture to the protestors shouting, “f**k all of you!”

The protestors did good and instead of responding with more aggression to the teacher’s rants they simply bantered her.

The video rose the concerns among the users and it’s understandable. This individual is in fact teaching the kids. The clip went viral very quickly and has received more than 1.6 million views on Twitter.

“She’s a sad example of an educator. You’re entitled to express your grievances, but the way she went about this was absolutely disgusting. If I were the principal I would consider her termination. Public displays like this have no place,” said one.

“It is unreal to see how little control they seem to have over their own emotions. Her whole day was ruined by people practicing their first amendment rights. I am sure her classes aren’t biased at all,” remarked another.

“Has this patient been identified? Do we know which school district has the privilege of paying her to teach kids?” asked another.

Later it became known that she was placed on administrative leave after the incident. Jefferson County School District, where the woman works, said that they are aware of the situation and launched the investigation into her,

"We are aware of the incident and are investigating," Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Ken Parshall said.

Author: Usa Really