Los Angeles school officials say a substitute teacher has lost her job after making anti-Semitic comments during an interview.One more trip down memory lane.
In a statement Tuesday, schools Superintendent John Deasy condemned remarks made by Patricia McAllister during a protest rally last week.
In an Oct. 12 interview with Reason.com at a Los Angeles rally, McAllister said "Zionist Jews and the Federal Reserve" need to be run out of this country.
Deasy says that although freedom of speech is a protected right of public employees, the LAUSD can't set a good example for students while tolerating disrespectful, intolerant or discriminatory behavior.
We're sure to hear from her again once she joins forces with the ACLU to sue the school district.
Thanks to Zombie for the heads up.