Mainstream Media Touts ‘Hundreds BACKING’ Johnston County Teacher Who Reportedly Segregated Students Based On Religious Beliefs

FOUR OAKS – About a week ago news broke of a South Johnston High School Spanish teacher suspended for segregating her students based on religious beliefs for an assignment, while reportedly belittling those that believe in God and threatening them not to tell their parents. The teacher, Julia Lopp — in her first year; the ink on her Woke Degree barely dry — was suspended.

But now WRAL seems oddly proud to report that ‘Hundreds back Johnston teacher…’ in whitewashing of the teacher’s behavior.

From WRAL:

“More than 300 people have signed a petition to get a South Johnston High School teacher back in class after she was suspended for dividing students in class based on personal beliefs. […]

One student who participated in the activity said everything has been blown out of proportion. Students weren’t allowed to talk during the assignment, the student said.

Another student wrote that “students were given the opportunity to sit out and not participate if they felt uncomfortable.” […]”

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The same crowds that have a conniption every time students hold a prayer circle on school grounds, whining ignorantly about the separation of church and state, are now promoting an effort to rally behind a teacher that literally enforced religious segregation in her classroom.

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Despite the ‘hundreds’ of signatures, and WRAL’s public relations campaign on behalf of the teacher, the investigation continues and the school administration appears to be taking the incident more seriously.

“[…] “It is never appropriate for a teacher to segregate students based on religious, political or personal beliefs. In fact, it is not appropriate for a teacher to even ask a student what their beliefs are,” Johnston County Schools Superintendent Jim Causby said in a statement. […]

“Our school system takes very seriously the rights of students in these areas, and students should never be instructed to not share classroom activities with their parents,” Causby said in the statement. […]”

The superintendent said he would make a decision about the teacher’s future employment based on the findings of the investigation.

 

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