By: Brian Evans

As a teacher and writer, it amazes me to see teachers who claim to be passionate about education, yet they embrace hate-speech, racism, and threats of violence towards young children! Teachers like Vianney Catholic High School’s own teacher, Dr. Dawn Finley, Ph.D.  She is an English teacher at St. John Vianney High School in St. Louis County in Missouri, and she happened to re-tweet someone’s comments that called the Covington High School Students garbage, as she tweeted…

“They think they’re adult enough to participate in a pro-life march, they’re adult enough to suffer the public consequences of being racist, hateful piles of smug privileged garbage. White supremacy, encouraged by the President and his own party, needs to be lit up and brought down.”

The students were already proven to be the victims of hate speech and racism themselves, but the radicalized left doesn’t care. Dr. Finley ironically teaches at an all-boys Catholic high school. In addition to her racist and hate-filled speech, she locked her Twitter account to private, but not before her comments were made public and downloaded.

Dr. Finley’s retweet has now been removed from the social media site, but not before her bias, racism, and hate became aware known to the world!

Left-wing HBO host Bill Maher launched a vicious attack on the Covington Catholic High School students on Friday, describing student Nick Sandmann as a “little prick,” while also cracking wise about students being sexually abused by Catholic priests.

In his opening monologue on Friday’s edition of HBO’s Real Time, Bill Maher took specific aim at the 16-year-old Sandmann, who was filmed standing face-to-face with left-wing Indigenous activist Nathan Phillips as he beat on a ceremonial drum as different demonstrations took place at the Lincoln Memorial.

“I don’t blame the kid, the smirk-face kid. I blame lead poisoning and bad parenting. And, oh yeah, I blame the fucking kid,” Maher said of Sandmann. “What a little prick. Smirk-face!” “Like that’s not a dick move to stick your face in this elderly man’s [face].”

In a statement after the footage went viral on social media, Sandmann said that he tried to remain “motionless and calm” in front of Phillip’s, and even smiled “because I wanted him to know I was not going to become angry, intimidated or be provoked into a larger confrontation.”

“This smirking kid says he was just trying to defuse the situation. Really? Next time you get into a fight, try that,” Maher continued. “I do not spend a lot of time around Catholic schoolchildren. But I do not get what Catholic priests see in these kids.”