Florida Trans teacher allowed to work for weeks after allegedly saying she wanted to shoot up school

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(FOX) A Florida teacher was allowed to work for weeks at a middle school after allegedly telling her assistant principal that she wanted to shoot some students.

The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office told FOX 13 that deputies removed guns from the home of the unnamed teacher after she had a conversation with the Fox Chapel Middle School assistant principal in late March, saying that she was “having bad thoughts” and “wanted to shoot some students.”

In a report from the sheriff’s office, the school resource officer said that the assistant principal made him aware of the comments. The assistant principal went to the teacher’s classroom, who told the administrator that she was “having bad thoughts.”

In a conversation with the guidance counselor, according to the report, the teacher allegedly said that she was upset because she “learned about a social media post where people were talking negatively about her sexual orientation.”…

Florida teacher allowed to work for weeks after allegedly saying she ‘wanted to shoot some students’ | Fox News