2019 "Teacher of the Year" Jokes that he Hopes Mitch McConnell is Attacked by His Neighbor Like Rand Paul
· · Jan 1, 2021 · NottheBee.com

He seems like a nice guy. Definitely someone who should be trusted to teach your kids. Even awarded for it.

Rodney Robinson, 2019 "National Teacher of the Year" went on Twitter to share a hilarious joke. He said he wished someone would attack Mitch McConnell like Rand Paul was attacked by his neighbor in 2017. You know, that hilarious event where Rand Paul was out on his lawn and his neighbor went berserk, tackled him to the ground, broke six ribs, displaced three, and led to Paul getting pneumonia, and losing part of his lung.

What a riot that was.

In another tweet, which is now blocked as Robinson has protected his tweets, the renowned teacher claims that he is being criticized because of, you guessed it, racism!

I made a Mitch McConnell joke today and the conservative bots are real angry. It's funny because the joke was made early today and no one said a thing until I promoted black medical awareness.

Apparently, the joke was okay, nobody cared at all until he "promoted black medical awareness." As if the "conservative trolls" on Twitter were waiting around to see his opinion on this issue before siccing the dogs on him. It wasn't that what he said was objectionable in any way, he advocates for racial issues so we must pounce!

Or how about this: you made a stupid joke that promotes violence, maybe you should expect a little criticism for it?

I'm not saying everyone who makes a dumb, insensitive joke should be forced to apologize. I'm just saying if you talk like this and then call your critics racist, you may not be the kind of person we want kids to learn from and look up to.

But he'll continue to teach and retain his award because he's sufficiently woke. There are no consequences if you are on the left.


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