Teacher called out for saying schools don’t do enough to hide student info from ‘Christo-fascist parents’

A Washington State school district was called out Friday morning after one of its teachers professed their favor toward keeping secrets about school children from their supposed “Christo-fascist parents.”

Karen (Kelly) Love is a faculty member at Auburn High School in Auburn, Washington who evidently thinks highly of herself as an arbiter of what parents should and shouldn’t know about their school-aged children. So much so, that she wasn’t shy about publicly sharing her view that it is a teacher’s responsibility to disregard policy and even laws about parental rights to protect the progressive agenda.

America First Legal’s Ian Prior drew attention to Love’s views by commenting, “Teacher in Washington State thinks schools don’t go far enough to keep secrets about their students,” while sharing a screenshot of her quote tweeting an account going by the name, The Principal’s Office.

“Parents- check your school districts’ policy regarding keeping info about YOUR child secret from you. There are some scary policies out there. Schools should not have a right to keep info about your child from you unless abuse by you is suspected. There I said it and mean it,” the account wrote, prompting Love to state, “I cannot disagree with this more. So many students are not safe in this nation from their Christo-fascist parents. And our guidelines and laws haven’t caught up with this.”

Nor was this an isolated incident as Prior also managed to share another controversial tweet from the account before it was turned private where she responded to a claim that “few educators have a working knowledge of the history of racism and oppression in this nation,”  because “many of them are perpetrators of it — 80% of teachers are white women. And at least statistically, over 50% of them vote for upholding white supremacy and patriarchy.”

Nicole Solas, a Rhode Island mother and member of the Independent Women’s Network whom American Wire had previously reported needed to spend $1,200 of her own money to have police protection just so she could speak at a public library, reacted to Prior’s thread on Love by sharing her submission of a public records request to the Auburn School District.

“I wonder how far DOES she think the school should go to keep secrets from parents?” Solas opined after seeking any emails from September 2022 through the present that included key words like “Transgender,” “Secret,” “Sex” or “Christo-nationalist.”

Love described herself in her LinkedIn profile by stating, “Teaching and practicing inclusion, self- and mutual respect, and culturally responsive practices center my work.”

She was also listed as the administrator of the Auburn High School Anime Club despite confessing “she knows nothing about Anime or Manga titles, but she does understand and support fandoms, fanfiction writing, fan art, and a shared, inclusive space for Anime fans!”

As more and more agenda-driven teachers have been exposed by concerned parents, reactions to Love’s opinions weren’t surprised but motivated to find ways to remove these “activists” from halls of education where they continue to indoctrinate.

Kevin Haggerty


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