Narcissistic Fla teacher distraught she won’t be able to share details of personal life with first graders

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Oh, to have one day when the power-drunk charity cases in government and the whiners of the internet leave normal people alone for 24 hours.

One day? Too much to ask.

A Florida elementary school teacher – who evidently needs to say ‘like” every few words so like while she gathers her thoughts and stuff – took to Twitter to lament the supposition that she can no longer share the intimate details of her personal life with … wait for it … her 1st-grade students.

Much like her kindred leftist peers in the teaching profession, her newly-acquired mental malady is because of the erroneously labeled “Don’t Say Gay” bill signed into Florida state law by Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday.

Adulting is like, hard?

In her clunkily-shot video posted to TikTok, the educator asked the camera some pointed and difficult questions, courtesy of Libs of Tik Tok, like how she will endure the stifling harm headed her way via the Parental Rights In Education Bill, which, to her chagrin, is now the Parental Rights In Education Law. Her narcissism shone through as the elementary school teacher was perplexed that she can no longer treat her 6-year-old students as her peers.

“How do I do that next year?” she wondered. “Do I lie, and not talk about my marriage?” she asked, tears welling. “Do I pretend I’m single? Do I invalidate my spouse’s stance as a trans-fem person?”

“Or do I put my job on the line?” she asked, choking up on ideations that no one will ever bother her about.

“What am I supposed to do?”

While she says the new bill “has been weighing on me a lot,” folks on Twitter also weighed in:

And oh for the days when library cop Joe Bookman made sure to keep everything on the up and up, the straight and narrow:

In a related story that BPR reported Wednesday, Fox News’s Tucker Carlson had some choice words for one gentleman in particular who might have his educational priorities a little out of whack, the clip obtained by Fox News shows.

According to kindergarten teacher Cory Bernaert: “We should be able to have discussions and that’s what we’re encouraged to do in kindergarten. That’s what we do as educators. We build relationships with our kids and in order to build relationships, you talk about your home life. You talk about what you do on the weekends and building community. It scares me to death that I am not going to be able to have these conversations with my children because they’re going to ask me what I did on the weekend. I don’t want to have to hide that my partner and I went paddleboarding this weekend.”

Carlson retorted, “Alright. Less about you and your partner paddleboarding, more about educating the kids. This is not some canvas for you to create your personal expression art.”


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