‘Teacher of the Year’ in Florida Posts Reaction to Shooting and it Explodes on Social Media
Last month, Kelly Guthrie Raley, was named “Teacher of the Year” in Florida – and now, she’s posted a personal message on Facebook, regarding the mass shooting and it’s gone viral… why? Well, maybe because the message was that parents need to “step up” when it comes to their kids’ behavior.
Wow – what a novel concept! And we couldn’t agree more – where were the parents of this poor, sociopath of a kid? Father, mother, step parents? Grandparents maybe? Bueller? Bueller?
I’ll take the same guess I always take and it’s this: No dad, thanks to the fact that who needs a dad when you have government and single moms who can do everything; a laundry list of psychotropic drugs thanks to our culture of pills which solve every kid’s problem; and certainly the government agencies in charge of protecting us failing at every level.
Check, check, mate.
By the way, the people who failed dozens of times to do anything about this obvious ticking time-bomb are the same ones telling us we have to disarm. But I digress… back to Kelly Guthrie Raley, who was named Eustis Middle School Teacher of the Year 2017-2018:
In her mega-viral Facebook post following the mass shooting that killed 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School; her statement begins as following: “Okay, I’ll be the bad guy and say what no one else is brave enough to say, but wants to say…”
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It’s probably exceeded well over a million likes and a million shares by the time you’re reading this – who knows – maybe two million the was it’s traveling – but I wonder if she’ll lose her job for daring to tell the truth? Here it is in 3 different parts:
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Violent video games Ms. Raley? Surely you’ve heard that kids being subject to violence on television, games and movies has absolutely NOTHING to do with the violent culture. Wow – guess you’re not listening very well to the vile folks who profit from these products and then spend massive amounts on politicians so they won’t turn off the money spigot!
Raley, who loves hunting and four-wheeling in her spare time (what? she must be an NRA shill!! someone call CNN!), added that she grew up with guns in her home and when she began teaching 20 years ago, she never had to worry about calling a student’s parents and getting cussed out, told to go to hell, or threatened with a public shaming all because she was calling out their child’s behavior.
Something, she said, has got to change:
Raley said the only thing she holds dearer than teaching students is her faith and family, and that her father, a military hero, and her mother, a retired school teacher, inspired her to be who she is today.
I’ll interpret that for you: She’s every liberal’s nightmare and no doubt a GREAT parent and teacher.
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Why were there so many missed warning signs in the Florida shooting? Pretty simple: Government failure at every level-
Hollywood elites, CNN liars, Maoist wannabes in the Democrat Party and paid crisis actors aside, most people feel the same way as she does: The violence is not a gun problem but a cultural one.
President Trump as well as Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd of Florida were both calling for the arming of select educators whose backgrounds have been vetted thoroughly, who have been psychologically evaluated and who have been trained in weapons more intensely than state law enforcement.
“It’s not something we want to do — it’s something we have to do,” he said. “We have got to wake up, wake up and understand that we have to have … specially trained people that have concealed firearms that can run to the threat and protect our children.”
This was Judd’s reasoning: “Do you know that there is gun control on every campus in Florida — and, I would submit, across the United States — that you can’t bring a gun on campus? And no one does, except the crazed person, the active shooter. There has to be a line of defense.”
But here’s what we’re all up against:
"WE CALL BS!" Stoneman Douglas High School student Emma Gonzalez leads chant to institute stricter gun laws in Florida after the mass shooting at her school. More on the protest here: https://t.co/Nm3wM7Hgx7 pic.twitter.com/0eeR05U875
— NBC 6 South Florida (@nbc6) February 17, 2018
Students and parents have responded to the mass shooting by calling for stricter guns laws in Florida, while also urging Congress to act so that the #NeverAgain campaign becomes a reality across America.
We love you Ms. Raley. Keep rockin’ it