After watching this video your faith in the public school system will dwindle even more.
A viral video that has making rounds on social media shows an overweight teacher yelling at a student for not wearing a mask.
The teacher belittles the student by calling him a ” dink” and “jerk” and then followed that by saying “I don’t want to get sick and die”.
The student handle the situation pretty well and kept his composure by responded to the teacher and said “okay” which enraged the teacher even more.
Take a look at the video yourself:
AMERICA AAAAAAAA 😭😭💀 pic.twitter.com/RNkpQfR6Iq
— Simone Hanna (@simonelhanna) May 14, 2021
The incident happened at Poynette High School in Wisconsin and is now under investigation.
I’m not sure what needs to be investigated because everything you need to see is on that video!
Users on Twitter had a lot to say about the incident:
large woman shouts at young man about health
— Logan Hall (@loganclarkhall) May 14, 2021
They trust the science they want, and leave the rest…
Like a buffet.
— Baremetal Alchemist Ronin👹👽🐙🧝♀️🛸 (@BareMtlAlchemst) May 15, 2021
The Gateway Pundit covered the story and released these details on the incident:
A video is going viral on Twitter showing an overweight teacher berating a student for not wearing a mask — despite the fact that he told her he is vaccinated.
The incident took place in Poynette, Wisconsin, on Tuesday. The teacher has now been placed on administrative leave.
“I don’t care if you’re vaccinated you little dink,” the belligerent teacher says during the exchange. “I don’t want to get sick and die. There’s other people you can infect. Just because you’re vaccinated.”
The student, sitting against the wall, politely and calmly repeatedly says “okay” in response to the verbal abuse.
NEW TONIGHT: A teacher with the School District of Poynette has been placed on administrative leave following an incident with a student.
— News 3 Now / Channel 3000 (@WISCTV_News3) May 12, 2021
NBC 15 News got the scoop too:
A teacher at Poynette High School is on administrative leave while the district investigates an incident that occurred with a student on Tuesday.
District Administrator Matthew Shappell posted on Facebook on Tuesday, saying that the district “is aware” of what occurred and that the unnamed teacher will remain on leave “pending the outcome of the investigation.”
Shappell’s statement also noted that the parents of the student involved have been contacted and that the district is working to provide the student support. The district has since disabled comments on the post “to maintain the integrity of our social media platform.”
Videos began circulating on social media platforms on Tuesday of the interaction. In it, the teacher stands over the student inside a classroom, who is sitting on the floor several feet away and eating.
The teacher is heard telling the student, “people don’t like you, I don’t like you,” and “you should hear about how everybody talks about you”. The teacher also calls the student a “jerk, “dink” and “dummy.”