A teacher at Columbia Middle School in Evans, Ga. allegedly told his students that outspoken 13-year-old black conservative CJ Pearson was “not worth saving in a fire,” another example of how liberals seem to believe that hate speech is acceptable so long as it’s directed at those on the right.
Pearson previously made headlines after his Twitter account was blocked by President Obama’s official Twitter account following a video in which Pearson criticized Obama over his response to the ‘Clock Kid’ controversy. White House officials also made fun of the teenager.
Pearson was told by several other students in his class that teacher Michael Garrison said CJ is “not worth saving in a fire” and that he “hates him.”
The teacher also accused Pearson of cheating on a vocabulary test when he was in sixth grade, a claim that Pearson denies.
“It’s always great having a teacher that’s not only a liberal bully, but someone who engages in slander,” Pearson told BizPac Review. “My words are bold and I don’t expect everyone to agree. But to have a teacher say this about me? Completely inexcusable.”
School principal Eli Putnam has promised a full investigation into the matter. Pearson accuses the teacher of violating the school’s bullying policy.
“This was brought to our attention after it was posted on social media. We have been on an extended holiday weekend and will conduct a full review of the allegations once school resumes tomorrow,” Putnam wrote. “Columbia Middle School believes all students should be taught in a safe and positive environment. Accordingly, if the claims are substantiated we will handle the issue as a personnel matter.”
The fact that a well spoken black teenager is attracting national media attention for his critique of political correctness is obviously infuriating for liberals. Targeting Pearson with such vitriolic language again illustrates how many on the left immediately dispense with language sensitivity when it comes to attacking conservatives.
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