A high school football coach in Massachusetts was fired after railing about the extreme, left-wing agenda forced upon kids at his school district.
David Flynn, a now former coach for the Dedham Public Schools, was fired merely for exercising his constitutional right to speak up about the quality of education his own children was receiving.
Flynn has no filed a lawsuit against the district for wrongful firing demanding compensatory and punitive damages, attorneys’ fees and costs, as well as a jury trial.
He was fired after being the school’s head football coach for eight years because he raised questions about a class that was said to cover “The lawsuit is demanding compensatory and punitive damages, attorneys’ fees and costs, and a jury trial.”
However, instead the coach found that the class was just an excuse to indoctrinate kids.
“Instead, the instruction concerned issues of race, gender, stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination, and politics, among others,” the lawsuit says. “In one assignment, Plaintiff’s daughter was asked to consider various ‘risk factors’ and ‘mitigating factors’ that two people — one identified as ‘white’ and the other identified as ‘black’ — purportedly might use to assess each other on a city street. Included among the various factors were skin color, gender, age, physical appearance, and attire. ‘Black,’ ‘aggressive body language’ and ‘wrong neighborhood’ were among the ‘risk factors’ purportedly assessed by the person identified as ‘white.’ ‘White’ and ‘Police officer’ were among the ‘risk factors’ purportedly assessed by the person identified as ‘black.'”
Flynn’s filing also says that the class included a “cartoon version of their daughter’s teacher — a ‘Memoji’ — wearing a Black Lives Matter T-shirt,” which the couple “reasonably interpreted as the teacher expressing support for the Black Lives Matter movement during class time.”
Flynn complained about the left-wing indoctrination posing as classwork. He also told the school that he talked to other parents who also had issues with the classwork.
The coach and his wife said that they did not feel the district were interested in their point of view, so they pulled their children from the school. They thought the issue was over, but soon enough, Flynn was called to a meeting with officials and was fired from his teaching position.
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