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Principal Suspended for Stating Law Enforcement is Important Too

Anyone who offers the slightest criticism of “defund the police” and doesn’t immediately declare America a systemically racist nation is immediately hunted down and canceled.

How many CEOs have been forced to step down from the companies they founded in the last three weeks? I’ve lost count. There have simply been too many. Any time a CEO publicly voices support for police, or any opinion that is not a full-throated worship song in honor of Black Lives Matter, that CEO is mobbed by their own Board of Directors and forced out.

Tiffany Riley is – was – the principal at Windsor High School in Vermont. She posted something sensible and reasonable on Facebook, which is usually how these public witch burnings begin. Her statement sounded kind of squishy and liberal but being liberal is no protection these days. You’ve gotta be WOKE. Here’s what she wrote on Facebook:

“I firmly believe that Black Lives Matter, but I DO NOT agree with the coercive measures taken to get to this point across; some of which are falsified in an attempt to prove a point. While I want to get behind BLM, I do not think people should be made to feel they have to choose black race over human race. While I understand the urgency to feel compelled to advocate for black lives, what about our fellow law enforcement? What about all others who advocate for and demand equity for all? Just because I don’t walk around with a BLM sign should not mean I am a racist.”

Vermont, according to the US Census Bureau, is a state that is 94.2% white. You’d think that Principal Riley’s job would be safe in that type of demographic, but nope. She was immediately suspended from her job by the School District. But that wasn’t enough. The district also attacked (former) Principal Riley, just to let Black Lives Matter know that it was keeping things locked down, no need to come to Vermont, no sir!

Riley’s own School District issued a statement saying that she was filled with “ignorance, prejudice, and lack of judgment.” The Superintendent of the School District, David Baker, called former Principal Riley an “outright racist.” She probably thought some of these idiots were her friends, right up until the moment they threw her under the bus to appease a mob.

I give credit to Principal Riley for her high level of intelligence, which is displayed in her Facebook statement. Most people missed her true concern, because they got all huffy after she failed to sound like a hysterical, raging woke lunatic. Riley actually sees the danger that Black Lives Matter poses to the educational establishment in America, as well as civilization itself.

Riley asks, “What about our fellow law enforcement?

Riley understands that if Black Lives Matter succeeds in defunding the police – who are government employees performing a necessary function for civilization – then she and her fellow paper-pushing, unnecessary babysitter government employees in the education establishment are next.

According to Black Lives Matter, blacks are arrested and incarcerated at much higher rates than whites. Therefore, the only possible cause of this is “racism.” The police, courts and prison system have to go.

Blacks do not score as high on standardized tests as whites. Therefore, the only possible cause of this is “racism.” The education system must go. Teachers, principals like Tiffany Riley and administrators have to go.

The US Constitution, even though it was later amended, was written counting black slaves as 2/3rds of a vote. Therefore, the US Constitution must go. Everything must go.

Former Principal Riley is smart enough to see the horror waiting just two or three steps ahead if America continues to cave to every demand of Black Lives Matter. She needed to be stamped out. Otherwise, people might start to realize that the police, the courts, the prison system, the education system, and the Constitution aren’t inherently and systematically racist. 


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