Watch: Therapist tells trans teacher who allegedly threatened school shooting 'therapy's not gonna work'
A few weeks ago, a middle school in Florida didn't notify parents after a trans teacher allegedly threatened to shoot up the school. Which is a wee bit of a problem.
Moms For Liberty obtained the dash cam footage of police arriving at the home of Alexander Renczkowski (the trans teacher) after the alleged threats were made and Renczkowski said he was having “bad thoughts”. A deputy collected three firearms and ammo from his house under a temporary Risk Protection Order [RPO].
In the footage, the officer asks Renczkowski about a therapy appointment on the coming Monday. Renczkowski said it was with a new therapist, since his first one "was not that good, told me [Renczkwoski] ‘therapy is not gonna work for you.'”
So that's always good.
\u201c#BreakingNews - Check out this snippet of video from a HCSO Bodycam where #FoxChapel trans-teacher admits to a deputy...\n\n"My previous therapist said that therapy would not work for me"\n\nWow!\n\nThe @HernandoSchools kept this person around children for 3 weeks after threats were\u2026\u201d— Monty Floyd (@Monty Floyd) 1682483410
Parents didn't find out about the threats on their children's lives until the story hit local news. Parents also told Daily Caller they received no information or help from the school after they inquired about the threat.
Monty Floyd of Moms for Liberty told Daily Caller, "This new footage is very troubling, and together with the RPO they bring a lot of serious questions. The prior coverup, the mishandling of this incident and the continued efforts of the school board and union to bury this, intimidate parents, and flat out lie to the public has all but wiped out public trust among a majority of parents in our school district.”
On the bright side, the teacher has since been removed from the classroom after the superintendent promised concerned parents they would look into how the threat was handled. On the not so bright side, the school had originally allowed the teacher to return to the classroom without notifying the parents about anything that was going on.
Home schooling is looking better and better each day.
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