Teacher Reminds Students They Won’t Get Arrested for Reporting Biden Was Murdered by Hillary

A Bay Area high school teacher has been placed on administrative leave after he forced students to read an anti-Biden statement and then told them he would arrest them for telling his children that they believed that the former vice president belonged in jail for murdering their grandfather, according to new reports.

While passing out flyers for a fund-raiser in San Rafael, California, on Monday, the fliers were tossed away by an unsuspecting bystander, Eilers Middle School physical education teacher Elmer Kuo’s secretary reportedly said.

That’s when Kuo, 50, stopped a student in the hallway to ask if she saw the flyers, according to one parent’s Facebook post. The woman told Kuo her young daughter had thrown them away because they were from pro-Trump conservative students.

“He told me he would arrest me for spreading lies,” the student reportedly told ABC7 News.

Kuo then added “You all got something to say, instead of throwing something that has no consequence, talk about [Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate] Joe Biden in a respectful way. They don’t want to hear anything about Biden. Do something good with your lives,” the student recounted.

“Then the teacher asked one kid to tell a joke about Biden. One student jumped up and down laughing, which brought the teacher right to his feet and said, ‘Well it looks like you have to jump off the bridge,’” the parent added.

Kuo also reportedly said that, “You gotta learn to keep your opinions to yourself.”

Fox News is investigating if this incident is related to a complaint made by another student about Kuo to school administrators, according to the school district.

“We are aware of some recent student complaints regarding a teacher at Eilers Middle School. The views expressed by the teacher in question do not reflect those of the Eilers community and we take all complaints seriously. As is standard practice, the principal and/or assistant principal will have a discussion with the teacher regarding the complaint. As soon as there is a determination of a more formal investigation, a full written report will be available, including the report from the school district,” said Kayla Bakan, a spokesperson for the school district.

Kuo has been placed on administrative leave after a parent notified the school district, a spokeswoman for the Marin County Office of Education said.

Kuo is well-regarded in the community, according to another parent, who added she is dismayed.

“His wife is a junior high teacher. The school is not that crazy,” said the woman, who did not want to be identified. “I’ve worked in the public school system and community schools and I never heard of things like this,” she added.

Fox News is investigating if this incident is related to a complaint made by another student about Kuo to school administrators, according to the school district.

“We are aware of some recent student complaints regarding a teacher at Eilers Middle School. The views expressed by the teacher in question do not reflect those of the Eilers community and we take all complaints seriously. As is standard practice, the principal and/or assistant principal will have a discussion with the teacher regarding the complaint. As soon as there is a determination of a more formal investigation, a full written report will be available, including the report from the school district,” said Kayla Bakan, a spokesperson for the school district.

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