Teacher says schools need to keep students’ info from ‘Christo-fascist’ parents

A Washington teacher complained on Friday that many schools’ “guidelines and laws” haven’t helped them keep students’ information secret from “Christo-fascist” parents.

A tweet shows Auburn School District 408 teacher Karen Love responding to another that urged parents to check their school district’s policy regarding keeping info about their child’s secret from them. 

Parents-check your school districts’ policy regarding keeping info about YOUR child secret from you. There are some scary policies out there. Schools should not have a right to keep info about your child from you unless abuse by you is suspected. There I said it and mean it,” a tweet written by “The Principle’s Office” reads.

Love responded, “I cannot disagree with this more. So many students are not safe in this nation from their Christo-fascist parents. And our guidelines and laws haven’t caught up with this.”

The Twitter thread of Love and the other users was reposted as a screenshot by Ian Prior, a senior advisor at American First Legal. 

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Parents at a board meeting about Critical Race Theory in 2021.

A Washington teacher tweeted that schools needed to keep students’ information secret from “Christo-fascist” parents.

“Teacher in Washington State thinks schools don’t go far enough to keep secrets about their students because they ‘are not safe in this nation from their Christo-fascist parents,’” Prior tweeted.

Love responded to another tweet that claimed “few” educators know deeply about the history of racism and oppression.

“It’s absolutely wild to me how few educators have a working knowledge of the history of racism and oppression in this nation,” SwaggyG tweeted.

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The teacher’s comments underscore the phenomenon of parents across the country paying closer attention to school boards.
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Love replied, “Because many of them are perpetrators of it– 80% of teachers are white women. And at least statistically, over 50% of them vote for upholding white supremacy and patriarchy.”

Several others reacted to Prior’s thread, blasting the teacher and filing a public records request to Auburn School District to obtain emails of Love that contain any words regarding transgender, gender and a plethora of other related terms.

“I wonder how far DOES she think the school should go to keep secrets from parents? There’s a public records request for that,” senior fellow with Independent Women’s Forum Nicole Solas tweeted, showing a screenshot of her email to the Auburn School District requesting public records about Love.

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People blasted the teacher online.
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Another Twitter user responded to Prior, “Librarians think exactly this. Full-on religious discrimination. And to defend school kids getting graphic child [porn] as school books. #AASL23 will be loaded with such groomers and @ALALibrary will be training more. All taxpayer-supported, of course. #parenting #moms #dads”

“Until we enact laws that allow removal of these people from teaching positions, this will continue. The forfeiture of their teaching licenses is appropriate,” another tweeted.

Fox News Digital reached out to Love and Auburn School District 408 for comment, but they did not immediately respond. The school district is located in Auburn, Washington, and encompasses 17,000 students.

The teacher’s comments underscore the phenomenon of parents across the country paying closer attention to school boards by challenging progressive curricula and contesting books they deem inappropriate. 

Issues in education have become a top concern among voters. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, school board meetings have often become battlegrounds between parents and school board officials, reigniting the debate on how much control parents have over their children’s education.

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