Cheryl Judy, a liberal West Virginia junior high school art teacher, is bringing politics into the classroom. Judy has made it clear to her students at Boone County Sherman Junior High School, that she is anti-Donald Trump and those students are just not having it.
Judy came to school wearing a jacket that had the letters “TUCK FRUMP” on the back of her coat, and to make matters worse, the letters f-u-c-k were displayed in white and letters t-r-u-m-p were displayed in back, adding even more clarity to the malicious message she is pushing on kids.
Junior high school is a young and impressionable age and teachers are meant to be role models. It’s bad enough that Judy is force-feeding politics somewhere it does not belong, but to add insult to injury, she’s bringing foul language into the classroom. Her behavior is unacceptable.
From Gateway Pundit:
Judy said in a statement to 13 News. “First, yes, I did wear that jacket to school, sans the patch on the back. I took the patch with me so that I could pin it onto the jacket before I left school. This was on Thursday. Since I had a little time before school was out to pin the patch on the jacket, so I did. I tried it on to make sure that the patch was straight. I only had it on for less than two minutes. A like minded student snapped a photo and shared it on social media without my permission. This has gotten so blown out of proportion that it is unreal. I never intended for this to happen. I did not put the jacket back on and made sure that the patch was not exposed until I was well away from the school. People think that I flaunted the jacket at school. I did not. I am a very liberal person but I never force my liberalism on others and never would.”
A video report by KOWK featured an interview with a student who said he would be suspended if he wore what Judy wore. The student, Braxton Harless, also said, “We talk about politics more in her (art) class than a lot of others. But I just know she does not support Trump whatsoever.” KOWK reported local sentiment is that Judy should be reprimanded but not fired. WSAZ-TV reported some thought Judy should resign.