High school teacher displays video of her shooting President Trump image

Apparently the inflammatory statements against President Donald Trump made by the nation’s purveyors of the new “radical-chic” — such as Madonna on January 21, 2017 at the Women’s March in DC blatantly saying she has an urge to blow up the White House — is filtering into the not-so-chic hotbeds of progressive radicals especially public schools and university campuses. For example, a Dallas, Texas, school teacher allegedly gave her students a demonstration of her shooting a likeness of President Trump while she yelled at the top of her lungs, “DIE!”

Madonna-gives-fiery-speech-on-blowing-up-White-house-indialivetodayWhile the teacher, identified as Payal Modi, displayed the arrogance and sense of self-importance of a Hollywood elitist, she wasn’t treated that way by parents and local officials and she was allegedly suspended for her politically-motivated outburst.

It remains to be seen if the aging Madonna and the teacher Ms. Modi will be allowed to display any type of verbal hostility or the promotion of violence against a sitting President, and still face no consequences.

“While the police officers in Dallas,Texas,are no different than hundreds of thousands of other federal, state and local law enforcement officers who endorsed and supported Trump through their unions, the majority of city officials in Dallas are hardcore Democrats,” noted retired federal agent Charles Simmons, who is now a conservative media consultant. “If these kind of threats were made against a Democrat such as Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton, you can make a safe bet that the news media wouldn’t let the authorities just shrug their shoulders or mutter something about free speech,” Simmons added.

One police officer who spoke with Conservative Base, Felix Traijos, claims that the teacher’s art class was used for what’s known as “guerrilla theater,” a throwback to the 1960s campus protests and radical groups such as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and it’s even more radical offshoot, The Weather Underground, that brought fame to Bill Ayers, Mark Rudd, and other Marxist radicals and terrorists.

The video (shown below) was described by Officer Traijos: “[The] teacher shoots Trump with a water-pistol. [She then] played a clip in her classroom with President Donald Trump and decided to take a squirt gun, shoot it with water at President Donald Trump, and scream “die” which indicates to any viewer of the video that she is mentally ill and a possible threat to her students especially anyone who may support the election of Trump.”

The teacher at W.H. Adamson High School in Dallas posted the videotaped outburst onto her Instagram page and typed: “Watching the #inauguration in my classroom like…#no #stop #denial #squirtgun #hypocrisy #powerless #saveusall #teachthembetter #atleastitsfriday.”

VIDEO! Texas School Teacher Shoots President Trump With Water Gun And Screams DIE 

Listening to the original video, police say that voices are heard mumbling and those voices were probably some or all of the art class’ students. The video has been removed from a number of websites, but several prominent conservative websites managed to save a copy.

Video of the inauguration was being broadcast inside the classroom on a whiteboard. The video shows the teacher lunging at President Trump and firing the squirt gun numerous times while shouting, “Die!”

“Today, we were made aware of a social media posting being circulated involving a teacher at W. H. Adamson High School,” a school district spokesperson told Fox News reporter Todd Starnes. “That teacher has been placed on administrative leave and the district has opened an investigation. This is a personnel matter and as such we cannot comment.”

“I wonder which offense the school district finds worst: a faux assassination or a teacher using a squirt gun on school property,” Starnes quipped.


Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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