A man who pretends to be a “transgender woman” and who is a teacher in a Hernando County, Florida, middle school, recently threatened to murder students and parents he thinks are “bigots,” yet the school hid the threats and never told parents of the danger.
In this day where transgender cultists are becoming increasingly dangerous and committing mass shootings and other crimes all across the country, this school tried to cover up these threats.
How utterly irresponsible.
Per the Daily Caller:
On March 24, 2023, an officer temporarily assigned to Fox Chapel Middle School in Hernando County as the school resource officer (SRO) responded to a report from Assistant Principal Kerry Thornton and Guidance Counselor Kimberly Walby. Thornton and Walby said that a teacher had made statements about harming himself and possibly shooting students, according to an incident report obtained by Moms for Liberty’s Hernando County chapter.
The report notes that the teacher, who goes by the name of Ashlee, was in the process of transitioning from male to female. The teacher, who was born Alexander Renczkowski, admitted to having “bad thoughts” but denied threatening to shoot students and said “she does not want to harm herself,” according to the report.
According to the report, the Hernando County School District’s mental health coordinator, Sandra Hurst, then conducted a threat assessment on Renczkowski, determining he did not meet the criteria of the Baker Act, a Florida law that allows for involuntary institutionalization of mentally ill individuals. A deputy later collected three firearms and ammunition from Renczkowski’s home, according to the report.
Officials decided that the teacher didn’t pose a risk and he was back in the classroom in a day.
But the school withheld the info about the threats of violence from parents fro more than two weeks.
“It took roughly two and a half weeks for them to even say anything to the parents and send some kind of — excuse my language — bullshit recording. And it’s because of a local reporter here, Tom Lemons. He broke the article,” Jim Looker, a parent of a 12-year-old student at the school, told the Caller.
“I got a pre-recorded call from the school basically confirming that there were some statements made, but they were investigated, and it was determined that the teacher was not a threat,” another parent, Shenna Barrios, said
The school didn’t tell parents for 17 days.
It was also later revealed that this fake woman is in a relationship with a real women who claims to “identify” as a “mermaid.” And, unsurprisingly, this nut case is also a teacher at thee school.