Kentucky Teacher Writes ‘You Can’t Be A Democrat And Go To Heaven’ On Whiteboard During Class

Kentucky Teacher Writes ‘You Can’t Be A Democrat And Go To Heaven’ On Whiteboard During Class
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In latest news, it turns out that Democrats are not being allowed past the gates of heaven. Apparently, only Republicans are given the honor- or at least that is what Kentucky’s South Laurel High School Psychology Teacher Kendra Baker believes.

During a rant about how awful Obamacare is and how wrong same-sex marriage is, Baker wrote on her classroom whiteboard: “You can’t be a democrat and go to heaven.” I had no idea that God was a Republican…

One Obama supporter, Kentucky South Laurel High School senior Chelsea Gilbert, asked Baker to stop her rant because she found her comments to be offensive. Baker responded by saying that one day she will watch as her parents die because of Obamacare.

Since when is it okay to push your religious or political beliefs onto anyone else? Especially in a public school? Ms. Kendra Baker should get off her psychologically deluded high-horse and join us all back here in the real world.

If you have opinions, state them as such- they aren’t facts and if they are insulting or offensive than they shouldn’t be mentioned at all.

Chelsea’s mother, Mary Gilbert has filed an official complaint against Baker with the state’s Education

Professional Standards Board while Chelsea is homeschooled.

Paul Hudson | Elite. 

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