Flashback: Teacher Tells Kids to Die ‘A Long Painful Death’ From COVID-19 for Playing Outside

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There’s probably a strong to very strong chance that this woman won’t be casting a vote for Donald Trump in November. Generally speaking, conservatives don’t have this type of evil living inside them.

Meet Nicole Leigh Griggs, a public school teacher from New Jersey. You’d have to imagine Griggs isn’t likely to be nominated for “teacher of the year” anytime soon.

From Trentonian:

HAMILTON — A math teacher at Steinert High School was caught on video this week shouting at a group of teenagers playing football in the park that they should “die a long, painful death” from the coronavirus.

The teacher was identified by multiple sources as Nicole Griggs, who has been a township teacher for the last 15 years and also taught middle school, according to the district website.

[…]

One of the teenagers, a freshman at Steinert, told The Trentonian that he and a group of school friends were playing football Thursday at the former Homedell School, on the 500 block of East Franklin Street, when Griggs stopped to admonish them from behind a chain-link fence.

WATCH:

Here’s a Facebook post from the teacher…

And here’s more COVID-19 randomness, via Twitter…

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