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Teacher on Leave After Saying Devil's Behind Pride Event

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A community college instructor in Alabama has been placed on leave after posting anti-LGBTQ+ and racist remarks on Facebook, including a call for a rally against a Pride event.Leigh Ann Courington, who teaches history at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, posted on Facebook this week that Satan’s influence is involved in a Pride event, Cullman Comes Out, planned for October 8 in Cullman, a nearby town, TV station WIAT reports.“The devil is attacking our beautiful town of Cullman now apparently … and the police chief is in on it?

I heard he was a crazy-ass liberal but this???” she wrote, according to the TV station. “We need a rally by the you-know-what to put an end to this foolishness.

Of course, it may be as well-attended as the Juneteenth event the white liberal weirdos tried to do a few years ago in Hanceville.”The post was private, but several Facebook users took screen shots and shared them, WIAT notes.In another post, Courington denounced “Communists” who she said seek to “demonize nationalism, and pride in being white, and standing up against sexual deviancy,” reports, a site for several Alabama newspapers.

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