by Frank Holmes, reporter
Just when you though Trump Derangement Syndrome couldn’t get any worse, liberals just stooped even lower.
An elementary school in a small, conservative town reportedly posted an anti-Trump Facebook post that used the f-word… for students as young as five years old.
Social media posts that spew hatred and bias against Trump are nothing new, even when they get so heated as to use the f-word. That is, unless they’re posted by a public school, for their youngest children, in a Republican-leaning town, at taxpayer expense.
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But Garfield Elementary School in Brainerd, Minnesota, posted the profanity-enhanced message at 9:14 p.m. last Saturday, showing a picture of Trump and Hillary Clinton during a debate.
“People love to hate Hillary, but she called Trump a Russian puppet right to his stupid [f-word] face,” it said.
“I’ll always respect her for that,” the message to the grade school concluded.
The post stayed online on December 8 for about 25 minutes, before someone deleted it—but not before it generated huge backlash among parents in the conservative, central Minnesota town.
To make it more outrageous, Garfield Elementary teaches students from kindergarten through fourth grade.
In other words, the target audience for its Facebook page would include children from ages five to 10.
While Facebook technically bans anyone younger than 13 from having an account, the reality is that children routinely ignore the rule so they can network with their friends… and keep up-to-date on things like their school schedule.
It is not known how many students saw this post.
When asked for comment, Brainerd Public Schools Superintendent Laine Larson told The Bemidji Pioneer it was “disappointing that this even came on our Facebook page” and promised to “check into it immediately.”
The school district said it launched an immediate investigation but said they’ve found nothing conclusive.
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“Whoever put it on, they put it up and took it down right away,” Larson explained.
So, when Garfield Elementary School Principal Jodi Kennedy tried to find out who posted it, she couldn’t immediately tell.
But Kennedy said only two teachers have the ability to post on the school’s Facebook account. According to the paper, “both denied posting the meme.”
Of course they did. What did Kennedy expect?!
As of now, no one has been held accountable for dropping the f-bomb on five-year-olds.
Where is Hillary Clinton? The potential 2020 presidential candidate has yet to make a statement on the innocence-stealing, pro-Hillary post.
However, Clinton’s 2016 campaign repeatedly bashed Donald Trump’s use of Twitter and ran a television ad titled “Mirrors” shaming Trump for the effect his long-ago media comments would have on young girls.
And where is Facebook’s censorship brigade?
The social media giant has labeled the Declaration of Independence “hate speech,” banned numerous right-leaning users from its platform, and tried to shield its readers’ delicate eyes from seeing stories its liberal employees considered “fake news.”
Instead of helping the school district protect toddlers from profanity, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was busy apologizing to Congress on Tuesday for allowing Russians to purchase $4,700 in campaign ads in 2016.
Right now, the only people outraged by Brainerd’s biased barbs are parents and the taxpayers whose money funded the Democratic propaganda meme.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton in Brainerd and the outlying area, Crow Wing County, two-to-one in the 2016 presidential election.
Larson reassured parents that “this is just in total direct opposition to what we believe and support in our school district.”
But there seems to be a deeper problem in the Minnesota city of less than 13,000.
The Brainerd High School yearbook in May 2017 quoted a student saying of President Trump, “I would like to behead him. I do not like him.”
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Scott Baio, a Trump friend and supporter, drew attention to the statement in a tweet that has since been deleted.
Not only did the yearbook advisor publish the comment, but the young female student says she didn’t even say those exact words…and had no idea they would be published.
At that time, the district removed art teacher Joe Wagner from overseeing the yearbook.
But so far, nothing has happened over the Facebook post.
Your tax dollars at work.
Either your tax dollars, or the teacher who posted this Trump-trashing meme, should stop going to this school.
— Frank Holmes is a reporter for The Horn News. He is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”