This is the so-called “tolerant” left.
A high school teacher in North Carolina allegedly told a classroom of her teenage students that Vice President Mike Pence should be “shot in the head.”
The disgusting call was made while Pence was campaigning in their town of Waxhaw, NC and could be taken to be an assassination threat to the Vice President, exemplifying just how far the left is travelling into dangerous territory with their hatred of Trump and his administration.
The Cuthbertson High teacher's violent, sick remark wishing for the Vice President of our nation's assassination was not taken lightly by parents or the Waxhaw sheriff, who reported the unnamed teacher to the Secret Service!
Fox News has more details on the high school teacher's threat to the Vice President of the United States:
A North Carolina high schoolteacher is being investigated by the Secret Service after allegedly telling a classroom of students that Vice President Mike Pence “should be shot in the head,” according to reports.
The unidentified female teacher allegedly made the remarks at Cuthbertson High School in Waxhaw, N.C., the same week Pence was visiting the area to campaign for U.S. Rep. Dan Bishop, Charlotte’s FOX 46 reported.
Union County Public School officials said in a statement that they take the allegations “very seriously” and placed the teacher on administrative leave.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office alerted the Secret Service, which is investigating the claims, the station reported. County officials have not released the teacher’s name.
"You should not be bringing in those type of viewpoints to your job," Union County GOP Chair Allison Powers told Fox 46. “To just wish that kind of violence on anybody is just way out of bounds.”
Local news source Fox 46 Charlotte also said:
The Cuthbertson High School teacher called out VP Mike Pence while he was visiting NC, allegedly telling her students he should be "shot in the head."
The Union County Sheriff's Office says it's passed this information along to the Secret Service to investigate.
The teacher, who FOX 46 is not naming at this time, allegedly made the comments to students the same week the vice president was in town to campaign for congressional elect Dan Bishop.
"This is the Vice President of the United States. He's an elected official,” said Firas Obeid.
Obeid, a parent of two Cuthbertson students says, while he's not necessarily a Pence supporter, it's ridiculous to speak of shooting the VP.
"Affiliation to a specific party does not entitle us to make statement like that to anyone,” said Obeid.
Especially when the statements were allegedly made to students.
"You should not be bringing in those type of viewpoints to your job," Union County GOP Chair Allison Powers said.