The Laurens County GA Democratic Party appears to support abortion giant Planned Parenthood and shares their news on their Facebook page.
Here are a few recent examples:
So, when a letter from the local NAACP chapter, calling for a teacher who said Obama was a Muslim and supported late term abortion to resign, was posted on the Lauren’s County Democratic Party Facebook Page it was no surprise.
According to the letter, the teacher shared what they call inappropriate political opinions with students.
The teacher allegedly told the student that Obama was a Muslim and a baby killer, “Any parent who supports him is not a Christian,” and told students that Obama aborted babies after they came out of the womb.
It says, for example, that President Obama is not a Christian, as he claims to be.
The letter goes on to say: “She said that any parent who supports him is not a Christian. She challenged her students to prove their Christianity.”
“We demand that the school district do the right thing, and the right thing would be to demand the resignation of the school board member in question and to accept the resignation of the faculty member,” President Francys Johnson said to the board, according to WMAZ.
The teach in question is Nancy Perry whose husband Bill Perry is a school board member.
According to the NAACP, Perry “presented to the parents a packet of several pages from a website that expressed her views on religion and politics.”
NAACP were present at Dublin’s Board of Education meeting Monday night demanding Perry’s resignation.
According to reports, the Perry’s showed the Board proof that Obama supported late term abortion.
“She showed it to me and said, ‘See, Obama is a baby killer. He aborts babies at nine months old as they’re coming through the birth canal,’ parent of the student, Jimmie Scott told 13WMAZ.
City schools superintendent Chuck Ledbetter said Perry was already planning on retiring before the controversy.
“On behalf of the School District, we want to apologize to the student and to his parents,” Ledbetter said at a school board meeting. “It is not the place of teachers to attempt to persuade students about religious or political beliefs.”