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Worcester Superintendent Maureen Binienda Says Any Student Who Walks Out To Protest Trump Gets Suspended, Snowflakes Say Dumb Things About Her On Facebook

Maureen Binienda did the right thing by telling kids that if they skip school to protest Trump’s inauguration, they will be suspended. The butthurts did not like this and embarrassed themselves by commenting on social media.

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On Wednesday we urged Worcester Public Schools superintendent Maureen Binienda to make a statement about what would happen to students who planned on skipping school on Friday to go downtown and protest the fair, democratic, and peaceful transition of power in the executive branch.

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Within hours you saw the power of the Turtleboy Sports Revolution, as Mrs. Binienda did the right thing:

The inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump will test the dedication of hundreds of Worcester students planning to walk out of their classes during the ceremony. That’s because school Superintendent Maureen Binienda has already sent a warning to families that any student who participates will face discipline, including detention and suspension.  However, nearly 300 people are signed up to attend the walk-out protest on the steps of Worcester City Hall at 12:45 p.m. Friday. The group organizing the event is the Worcester Socialist Alternative, which also organized a protest shortly after Trump won the election.

“We are participating in the birth of a mass movement for social and economic justice. As students and workers, we will walk out of our schools and jobs to demonstrate that we, not the establishment’s hatred, are what runs America,” the page’s summary reads.

Binienda’s message suggested students attended a school-sponsored demonstration Friday at 4 p.m. History classes this week will also hold discussions about what it means to live in a democracy and the peaceful transfer of power, the Telegram & Gazette reported.

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See that? That’s why Maureen Binienda is a winner. That’s why she was a great choice for superintendent. Because she values education. Funny how someone whose actually been in classrooms for the last 30+ years understands this better than an empty suit who went to administration factory preparation. If you let kids skip school to protest Trump, then where does it end? Can they skip school to protest the results of a gubernatorial race? Can they skip school to represent the results of a City Council election that didn’t go their way? Can they skip school and protest if their favorite television show gets cancelled?

The answer is simple – you cannot skip school under any circumstances. Period. Skipping to protest is no better or different than skipping school to smoke weed. Unlike the gutless leaders in Providence, Amherst, and Northampton, who have encouraged kids to walk out of class and vowed not to punish them, Mrs. Binienda gets it. She understands that most of the kids who will be going to this are just using it as an excuse to not go to class. Why should the students who have to take a quiz last period be put at a disadvantage for playing by the rules? Why should the truant kids get a three day weekend, and extra time to do their homework or prepare for a quiz? Only someone who has worked in a school her entire life like Mrs. Binienda understands how the minds of high school students works.

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And I’m willing to bet that she voted for Hillary Clinton too. I mean, what are the odds that a career educator white woman in her 50’s didn’t vote for Hillary? Like, a billion to one. But she puts her job above her politics, because she’s a professional. Telling kids they can skirt out on their job (their job is to be a student) and that there are no consequences for doing so, isn’t doing your job as an educator. It’s giving kids a false impression of how life works. If you skip your job to go protest then you won’t have a job the next day. Life is about choices. And if you choose to skip school then you are choosing to be suspended.

Now for the fun part – making fun of people who say dumb things!!!

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The superintendent is a highly respected, career educator who has directly impacted the lives of thousands of kids in Worcester, the majority of which are people of color and living below the poverty line.

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Her school (Worcester South) has spearheaded countless community service projects, and the highly successful Andy’s Attic. Her accomplishments were documented in the Huffington Post, a news outlet that is anything but friendly to Trump. That’s what this “narrow minded superintendent” has done. What has George J. Funk done? Well, he changed his profile picture and yelled “not my president”

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Whined about Trump’s opponent stealing votes:

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And he also saved France.

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I’d like to see this narrow minded superintendent save France from ISIS!!

Then there’s this genius:

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Newsflash – truancy is not a right. This is a very simple concept that smart people understand. Obviously Lloyd Thomas is not a smart person. The kids can in fact be punished for skipping school, and they will be. You lose. Again.

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Yes, they absolutely have a right to free speech. When that bell rings they can say pretty much anything they want. But before that bell rings their only job is to stay in school. Once again, smart people understand this. Karen Tatro is obviously not very smart.

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Oh look, a grown woman encouraging other people’s children to be truants. Can’t wait till your children become strippers. Hope they get no tips. Hey kids, your superintendent has less than half a brain. It’s the only possible way you can explain how she’s not encouraging you to skip school.

Anyway, the best part about today is that all of these people are gonna end up losing, because Trump will in fact be President in a few hours. This is why Turtleboy voted for Trump. Not because he believes in anything Trump says, but because we genuinely enjoy watching people like this lose.

 

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40 Comment(s)
  • Old Greasylegs
    January 21, 2017 at 10:04 pm

    As much as I agree with the ideas behind the punishment, no one seems to be talking about how ironic it is to suspend someone for skipping school. “Hey, you skipped school! Disgusting worm. You better not come to school later…”

  • Sterling Turtle Rider
    January 21, 2017 at 4:38 am

    Beyond the issue of not taking their education seriously is the fact that the school is responsible for the safety of these kids during school hours. If they take off and get themselves stolen or hurt or worse, who do you think the parents will come after? They have every right to hold a child to account when they take off like that.

  • whatevuh
    WHATEVUH
    January 21, 2017 at 12:01 am

    Good for you Maureen ! Now give them a good spanking too

  • Publius
    January 20, 2017 at 11:39 pm

    what happens when you plan a revolution and no one shows?

  • ripnpeel
    January 20, 2017 at 8:10 pm

    Maureen Binienda good job!

  • True Reality Speaks
    Married to a WPS Teacher
    January 20, 2017 at 7:08 pm

    I’m all for consequences for these entitled brats but let’s see if TB has the balls to follow up and see if Binienda actually gives any of these students detention or suspensions.

    The odds of them getting disciplined or TB following up are slim to none. TB fell for lip service from a political hack because of your blind teacher/union bias.

  • Sick & Tired
    January 20, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    Make Worcester a sanctuary city? WHAT KIND OF HORSESHIT IS THAT??? Let’s fill the city with TAXPAYING LEGAL AMERICAN CITIZENS. Bye bye illegals . Don’t let the wall hit you in the back-side on your way.

  • 1776
    January 20, 2017 at 2:08 pm

    This must be Old Ballz trolling the site to stir the pot. LOL.

  • Pay up
    January 20, 2017 at 2:02 pm

    ……..moving to the eleventh grade.

  • Pay up
    January 20, 2017 at 2:01 pm

    Kudos for Maureen but she’s on a slippery slope. I would have said if you skip school to protest you Fail for the year and will be held back a grade. Unfortunately in Worcester there are 20 yr. old students who claim the tenth grade has been the happiest and easiest 4 years of their lives and they have no intention on.

  • Chris
    January 20, 2017 at 1:44 pm

    God Bless Maureen Binienda! These kids should be marked absent like anyone else who plays hooky.

  • John Galt
    January 20, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    Any anti-American that associates with “Worcester Socialist Alternative” ought to be tried with treason.

  • Paul Larson
    January 20, 2017 at 1:18 pm

    Siberians came here first, then Hispanics, and finally people from all over the world came here and made this country great. If you believe in Darwin’s evolution, we are all African, if you follow your family existence back far enough. After all, humanity evolved in Africa, if you believe in evolution.

    Paul Larson

  • Rutland Rider
    January 20, 2017 at 1:00 pm

    Mrs. Binienda has every right to suspend those snowflakes who think walking out of 10th grade will change anything. LOL. AND YOU LEAVE THAT CUTE LITTLE LADY ALONE!

  • Officer BobnMic
    January 20, 2017 at 12:25 pm

    I once had to deal with a protest in the mean streets of Worcester. I got word through my free police scanner on the android app that backup was needed. I raced myself there on my 10 speed bicycle as fast as I could.

    Of course once I arrived everyone calmed down as I got everything back into order all by myself. I quickly stormed away to another call on my bike, Look ma, no hands!

    • BobnMic's Gerbil
      January 20, 2017 at 12:40 pm

      Nice of you to treat yourself to a fancy android phone and a 10 speed bicycle when your cheap ass won’t even buy me a $3 box of Hartz treats or a $5 exercise wheel. If things don’t change soon, you’re going to have another protest on your hands to deal with and I won’t be calmed down as quickly as those lemmings on the mean streets of Worcester.

    • BobnMic's Gerbil
      January 20, 2017 at 12:42 pm

      Speaking of mean streets, this song comes to mind. It’s one of my favorite Van Halen songs. Before they became Van Hagar.

      • Reddog
        January 20, 2017 at 8:06 pm

        Had that intro for my ringtone for a couple of years. I never knew gerbils liked Van Halen.

        • Officer BobnMic
          January 20, 2017 at 11:46 pm

          G girl likes you!

          I’m working the late night shift tonight. Sitting on this computer chair just waiting for this police scanner to go off so I can rescue someone or save a life like always… hehehehehe!!

          Going to practice my finger guns in the mirror soon.

          Sincerely,

          Officer BobnMic
          Protect & Serve

          • BobnMic's Gerbil
            January 21, 2017 at 6:07 am

            And I was like Pew. Pew Pew Pew

            Pew
            Pew
            Pew

    • BobnMic's Gerbil
      January 20, 2017 at 12:44 pm

      And your bicycle made me think of chains which leads me to another Van Halen song. Eddie shreds it in this song, much like how my unclipped nails shred BobnMic’s lower intestine.

  • Parallel universe
    January 20, 2017 at 12:18 pm

    Binienda obviously has it going on, could succeed anywhere. The issue is, the out-there PC delusional people. They live on a different planet.

  • Pay up
    January 20, 2017 at 11:42 am

    The news stations can’t stop saying how there are only 950 thousand people at the inauguration compared to 1.9 million in attendance for Obamas. Well no shit because it’s Friday and Trump supporters go to work as opposed to Obama supporters who have nothing to do on a weekday except watch Judge Judy.

    • BobnMic's Gerbil
      January 20, 2017 at 11:44 am

      Truth bomb right there for sure.

      Brother, can you spare a Hartz treat for a poor starving gerbil?

    • Sterling Turtle Rider
      January 21, 2017 at 4:35 am

      I’ll have you know that some of us working people enjoy Judge Judy!

      I fully agree with the sentiment of the statement though.

  • Chris From Georgia
    January 20, 2017 at 11:31 am

    Good for the superintendent!!!! Actions have consequences.

  • KimberlyS
    KJDS
    January 20, 2017 at 10:49 am

    This is a great lesson, actually, and the first step towards melting the snowflake generation.

    This is showing kids that they have a choice, and if they make the wrong choice, there will be consequences. They won’t get a trophy for skipping school.

    These FB commenters are morons if they can’t see that.

    • Officer BobnMic
      January 20, 2017 at 12:31 pm

      That’s right! Those little shits need to obey authority. I can’t tell you how many times no one took me seriously. Of course, the badge I’m wearing is made of felt, but what exactly does that mean? A man can dream. Would you like a “Hello my name is” sticker?

      • BobnMic's Gerbil
        January 20, 2017 at 12:47 pm

        I would not like a “Hello My Name Is” sticker. I’m a gerbil. That shit would stick to my fur. Besides I don’t have a name. BobnMic has never thought enough about me to properly name me. Shit man, even the gerbil in Southpark had a name……Lemiwinks. But I don’t want to be called Lemiwinks. I want to have a cool name. Can you help me out with a proper gerbil name?

  • Paul Larson
    January 20, 2017 at 10:44 am

    Why is it a hate crime to put United States citizens ahead of illegal intruders within the United States?

    • Justice
      January 21, 2017 at 12:24 am

      Well, Paul, I will tell you. While the manufacture of rubber goods is in no sense a secret industry, the majority of buyers and users of such goods have never stepped inside of a rubber mill, and many have very crude ideas as to how the goods are made up. In ordinary garden hose, for instance, the process is as follows: The inner tubing is made of a strip of rubber fifty feet in length, which is laid on a long zinc-covered table and its edges drawn together over a hose pole. The cover, which is of what is called “friction,” that is cloth with rubber forced through its meshes, comes to the hose maker in strips, cut on the bias, which are wound around the outside of the tube and adhere tightly to it. The hose pole is then put in something like a fifty foot lathe, and while the pole revolves slowly, it is tightly wrapped with strips of cloth, in order that it may not get out of shape while undergoing the process of vulcanizing. When a number of these hose poles have been covered in this way they are laid in a pan set on trucks and are then run into a long boiler, shut in, and live steam is turned on. When the goods are cured steam is blown off, the vulcanizer opened and the cloths are removed. The hose is then slipped off the pole by forcing air from a compressor between the rubber and the hose pole. This, of course, is what is known as hose that has a seam in it.

  • Mr. T
    January 20, 2017 at 10:44 am

    Don’t be a fool, Stay in school!

  • Light of My Life
    January 20, 2017 at 10:28 am

    That’s why I voted for Trump. Just to say In your Face, you Waste of Space to all of the SJW’s and loser politicians that tried to beat him down with the help off the general media.

    FIRSTIES. Happy Trump Day.

    • Light of My Life
      January 20, 2017 at 10:28 am

      damn it wtatnuckgangsta, you beat me. Ok, Secondies.

      • lolwhut
        January 20, 2017 at 10:37 am

        Freedom fighters/protestors in the 60’s- 70’s got the shit beaten out of them, were thrown in jail, some were murdered.
        (plus may I add that they were protesting REAL injustices and made real changes)
        – and this bunch whines because they’ll get suspended for walking out of school. LOL
        #nation of pussies
        #actions have consequences

  • wtatnuckgangsta
    January 20, 2017 at 10:22 am

    I am so sure protesting is just becoming a hobby now. It’s win/win. Protesters get attention on social media and they get out of doing any legit work and it’s discrimination protecting them from getting criticized. Personally, I have two friends, who I thought were intelligent (well the girl SO of the duo is sort of an SJW dragging down her smart engineer boyfriend who works his ass off and bought her a house that she gets to live for free in). Anyway, they just did their first protest – for ACA or something – and I learned a new hashtag #OurFirstStand. So, this is a thing now? We are proud to join in and celebrate that first time for attention with a hashtag. Do we rack up points for how many signs we make and how many Instagram likes we get while not going to work? Our country was great when people were motivated to work. Want to get things done? Put on a suit and learn how to talk about matters in a meeting like the people who are in control.

    • Seriously?
      January 20, 2017 at 10:43 am

      I have a similar situation. My roommate is a super smart guy and we’ve lived together since college but his new gf is a sjw extraordinaire. She is pissed that I didn’t want to go skip work today and go to a trump protest rally with them. By extension my roommate is now taking her side and said he was thinking of moving out. The kicker is that I actually voted for Clinton but I don’t think Trump is a racist nazi like the sjws make him out to be. Is it a crime to have a moderate opinion?

      • Grafton mom
        January 20, 2017 at 11:50 am

        Apparently it is. Also you absolutely cannot talk about unity because apparently that word now means “get over it”.

        I’m moderate too and I’m sick and tired of the whining, hiding, threats of violence and (my personal favorite) calls for Jesus to come and end the world.

        Grow the eff up, people.

      • Jessup
        January 21, 2017 at 12:20 am

        Apparently unless you are a SJW/liberal, your opinions don’t matter and you are not allowed to voice them or vote for whomever you want. Ridiculous.

    • BobnMic's Gerbil
      January 20, 2017 at 1:43 pm

      I want my own hashtags too.

      #GerbilLivesMatter
      #StopFelchingMe
      #FreeHartzTreats

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