Parent’s FURIOUS Over Test Question That Could Put President Trump In Danger


Every teacher in America likes to get creative with their multiple choice test questions, but one teacher in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, went downright rogue.

In what appears to be a test on the George Orwell novel Animal Farm, English Teacher Carin Aufderheide at Jackson Hole High School wrote the following:

“Napoleon has the gun fired for a new occasion. What is the new occasion?”

* He was shooting at Trump

* His birthday

*For completion of the windmill

*To scare off the attackers of Animal Farm.

All readers (and writers) will be forgiven for not knowing the real answer (it’s been decades since reading Animal Farm), but “He was shooting at Trump”?  Really?

Parent Jim McCollum told [Todd Starnes] he was furious about the question — especially since the quiz was administered four days after the Las Vegas massacre.

“This is not right. You don’t do that to a sitting president — you respect the office,” McCollum told me in a telephone interview. “They used Trump’s name — insinuating gun violence and shooting the president.”

“As torn apart as the country is right now, I could not tolerate that and let that go without saying something,” he said.

For its part, the Teton County School District is not taking a knee. They have announced that they are looking into the matter.

“TCSD #1 takes seriously threats of any kind, regardless of intent,” the district wrote. “We apologize to the students, families and community for this incident and will be addressing the issue with personnel.”

Especially in Trump country, which is what Wyoming is. Yes, the state has its fair share of environmentalist wackos, but at it’s heart, it’s still part of the American west where being an alpha male is appreciated.

McCollum told {Starnes} his 16-year-old son is a big Trump supporter.

“He admires the man,” he said. “He thinks the president is a cross between John Wayne and Clint Eastwood — swagger and grit.”

His son is considering enlisting in the Marines after high school — and . Trump’s position on the military was a key factor.

“He loves the president’s position – to have the biggest, baddest military on the planet,” McCollum told me. “That inspired him. He wants to be a part of that.”

So do quite a number of other people.

This is not the first hint that the unhinged get the idea they can just disparage the president at will, and it certainly will not be the last. What the moonbats don’t understand yet is that their efforts will not work. The sooner that sinks in, the better off we all will be.

Political Lindsey

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