Black Lives Matter Forced Inner-City Teacher Into Retirement Over Charges of ‘White Supremacy’

Sep 9, 2016 by

By Lukas Mikelionis –

Theo Olson, who has taught in inner-city schools in Saint Paul, Minnesota for 16 years, has been forced into retirement after George Soros’s funded Black Lives Matter activists accused him of being a “white supremacist teacher”.

In March, Olson was suspended and put on paid leave after local Black Lives Matter activists threatened to trigger “a shutdown action” over comments he made on Facebook.

Olson criticised the district for not providing enough support to deal with troubled teenagers on a local BLM organizer’s Facebook page.

He wrote: “Since we now have no backup, no functional location to send kids who won’t quit gaming, setting up fights, selling drugs, whoring trains or cyber bullying.”

The term “whore train” is a reference to “inappropriate sexual activity”.

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The now-retired teacher never mentioned race in his comments, but Black Lives Matter’s local ringleader branded him a “white supremacist teacher” anyway.

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Interestingly, according to the Star Tribune, Olson had also written on Turner’s Facebook page saying he followed the BLM movement and “and that he had marched with Turner at a protest on University Avenue.”

Nonetheless, it was announced in late August that his 16-year career was at an end by mutual agreement.

Source: Black Lives Matter Forced Inner-City Teacher Into Retirement Over Charges of ‘White Supremacy’ | Heat Street

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