Maryland, the most progressive and race-driven Marxist state within the union. Time and time again Maryland shows up as a hotbed of racial violence.
In this latest attack another school teacher was brutally beaten and left bloodied on the floor. The media claim a “racially insensitive” remark provoked the student to attack. In Maryland a “racially insensitive remark” could be the teacher saying “all lives matter”, that’s enough.
And don’t forget what the school district did last month….
Prince George’s County – A student punched a Maryland teacher last week over a racially insensitive comment, witnesses say.
The incident was reported Jan. 29, following a “misinterpretation of a comment in a classroom” at Forestville High School, according to Prince George’s County Schools. Students and parents familiar with the situation say the teacher, who appears beaten and bloody in a photo obtained by News4, made a racially insensitive comment.
The Prince George’s County school system would not elaborate on the comment due to privacy reasons.
“If the comment was made that I was told was made, I can understand the pain and the anger in that student,” parent Cynthia Leslie said.
The teacher suffered minor injuries and the student is being disciplined.
School officials called the incident “isolated” (read more)
Gee, I wonder what could have stimulated this young chap to turn violent toward his white school teacher? Hmm…. Let’s think…
Last month – A Maryland public school took students as young as 11 to hear a speech by Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan last month that included calling white people “crackers” and threatening to “tear this goddamn country up!”
According to EAG News, Farrakhan’s Nov. 22 speech was the keynote of an event at historically black Morgan State University that focused on fostering grievances with the theme “Re-Claim, Re-Pair, Re-Form, Re-Produce, – REPARATIONS NOW!”
Coming after months of national protests over the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., Farrakhan’s words were – as always – calculated to inflame audience, including about 40 students from Baltimore’s Booker T. Washington Middle School.
A school administrator told EAG News the program was aimed at reaching young people to “help develop them to become our future.” (read more)