REPORT: Teacher who asked Trump to deport illegal students is fired

A high school teacher from Texas who captured headlines earlier this year after she used her Twitter account to ask President Trump to “remove the illegals” from her school has officially been fired.

According to Fox 4 News Dallas-Fort Worth, the Independent School District board in Fort Worth formally fired Georgia Clark on Tuesday by voting unanimously to uphold its decision from earlier this year to terminate her.

The article goes on to state the following:

However, Clark is reportedly able to appeal the decision to the Texas Education Agency if she so chooses.

In May, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported: “A Twitter account with the display name Georgia Clark began to gain attention Tuesday evening and into early Wednesday morning as people circulated a series of tweets from the account that asked Trump to crack down on immigration at Carter-Riverside High School. One posting listed her phone numbers and asked that Trump help remove ‘illegals from Fort Worth.’”

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