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Liberal Teacher Confronts Latino Student Over His Support For Trump, Gets Crushed With Facts

A Latino high school student from Hudson Valley area in New York has become something of an anonymous celebrity online after footage was released showing him debating his creative writing teacher over his support for President Donald Trump.

The student, whose name is unknown, wrote on YouTube under the username KidGadsden:

“She was talking loudly about Trump and I am one of the few right-wingers in my school. So she asked me why I supported him seeing as how I am Latino, and he hates us. I responded saying that he doesn’t hate Latinos, he just wants to remove Illegals from the US. It then shifted to how there are a war on blacks and other minorities because of cop killings, and stated that the FBI statistics I was using were skewered because it was seeded on white supremacy.”

“It finally shifted to where she said how when its a Muslim attack, its labelled terrorism, but Vegas was not since he was white. I told her that so far, unless something turns up, we have not found any political or religious aims, and therefore it cannot be viewed as a terrorist incident because the definition of terrorism states violence in the pursuit of political aim (((anti-fa))). At that point, she claimed multiple times the dictionary was wrong and that she knew more than it.”

“You’re clearly a radical, a conservative,” the teacher tells him at the beginning of the video. 

As the debate continues, the student says he obtains his statistics from the FBI (in regards to the discussion on police violence), which the teacher said is “seeded in white supremacy.” She later tells the Latino student that he is a byproduct of white supremacy (I guess everyone in vulnerable after all!)

The two then debate over terrorism in America, with the teacher arguing that the way we define “terrorism” is “racist” in America, because we consider Muslim terrorists, but not mass shooters like Stephen Paddock. The student informs the creative writing teacher that it’s the dictionary definition of terrorism, not racism, why we define acts of Islamic extremism as terroristic but not most mass public shooters (many of whom aren’t white, by the way).

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