Texas district votes to fire teacher who tried to report undocumented students to Trump on Twitter

A Texas faculty board unanimously voted to fire a teacher who tried to report undocumented students in her faculty district to President Donald Trump via a sequence of public tweets — that she thought have been non-public messages to the president.

The Fort Worth Independent School District voted 8-0 to terminate the employment of Georgia Clark at a particular assembly Tuesday. She nonetheless has a possibility to enchantment the vote with the state, NBC Dallas-Fort worth reports.

Clark, an English teacher at Amon Carter-Riverside High School, tweeted that the college she labored at had been “taken over” by “unlawful students from Mexico” and that Trump was elected “on the promise {that a} wall can be constructed to shield our borders.” She additionally referred to “illegals” in her tweets.

The tweets began gaining consideration on social media final week, and Clark’s account was deleted May 29. She was positioned on administrative depart after the college district grew to become conscious of them.

According to district paperwork, Clark advised an investigator she thought the tweets have been direct messages to Trump and did not know they have been public.

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