BWAHAHA! Twitter Just Issued Elizabeth Warren The SPANKING Of A Lifetime!

BWAHAHA! Twitter Just Issued Elizabeth Warren The SPANKING Of A Lifetime!

Cringe. Elizabeth Warren was all over congratulating the Teacher of the Year, Sydney Chaffee, who is from Massachusetts this year. The hug she gave the woman is so awkward you can’t fathom it. Frankly, I wouldn’t want that woman anywhere near me… who knows where she’s been. But aside from that, I wonder if she realized the woman she is now so fond of is a charter school teacher. Warren haaates charter schools. She believes in sub-standard public education for all the masses and just won’t tolerate charter schools helping kids to excel in life. She considers it ‘unfair’.

Warren got royally spanked on Twitter for this as well. Heh. Just as she should be… what a freaking hypocrite this woman is. Dumb as a box of rocks and as fruity as they come. Charter schools are great for kids. My kids attended one. In my opinion they far exceed what kids get in a public school. I’m all for private schools, charter schools and home schooling. Anything to get kids out of the cesspool of public education. Warren may have been a teacher at one time, but she’s not one I would want anywhere near my kids… like EVER.

From The Federalist Papers Project:

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is so giddy that this year’s National Teacher of the Year hails from her home state of Massachusetts.

She tweeted a rather uncomfortable-looking staged interaction between herself and Sydney Chaffee talking and hugging and … well, it’s 14 seconds of uncomfortableness.

“No surprise here that MA has the best teacher in the US,” she tweeted. “Congrats to 2017 National Teacher of the Year Sydney Chaffee from Codman Academy!”

One problem. The good lady senator left out something very important. Codman Academy is a charter school. And Democrats like Sen. Warren hate charter schools.

She voted against the expansion of charter schools in a 2016 election, explaining her opposition to Boston Magazine:

I will be voting no on Question 2. Many charter schools in Massachusetts are producing extraordinary results for our students, and we should celebrate the hard work of those teachers and spread what’s working to other schools.

But after hearing more from both sides, I am very concerned about what this specific proposal means for hundreds of thousands of children across our Commonwealth, especially those living in districts with tight budgets where every dime matters. Education is about creating opportunity for all our children, not about leaving many behind.

That poor teacher looked like she was hugging someone with leprosy. I feel for her. Just ewww. What Warren and her Marxist cronies won’t tell people is that charter schools and their students in Massachusetts are doing incredibly well and far outpace public schools there. But in the end, it isn’t about education or the kids with Warren… it’s about money. She’s a Democrat, duh.

The leftist Brookings Institution even gets it – they wrote: “This research shows that charter schools in the urban areas of Massachusetts have large, positive effects on educational outcomes. The effects are particularly large for disadvantaged students, English learners, special education students, and children who enter charters with low test scores.” And don’t expect the Teacher’s Union to congratulate this teacher… she’s non-union and they abhor charter schools. In John Hawkins’ New book, ‘101 Things All Young Adults Should Know’, he teaches in chapter 70 of the book, “When it comes to life, your attitude should be, “If I didn’t earn it, I don’t deserve it.”” Warren never earned where she is or what she has and therefore she doesn’t understand what real teaching is. I congratulate this teacher and would advise her to stay far away from the likes of Elizabeth Warren.

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