A California middle school removed a history teacher who told her students that Trump is still president

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California's middle school removed a history teacher from the classroom who claimed that Donald Trump was still president.

According to the teacher, President Joe Biden's son Hunter was having sex with his niece.

According to VC Star, the teacher expressed deep regret for her comments in class.

California's history teacher was fired after telling her students that Donald Trump is still president.

The teacher, who was not identified by name, also claimed that President Joe Biden's son Hunter was infected with the COVID-19 virus.

"Hunter Biden is, for instance, making deals with China, Ukraine, and funneling money illegally. His laptop also contained child pornography. According to CBS New York, he was also having sexual intercourse and had been recording child pornography.

The teacher stated that if there is a baby in hospital, they won't give it back if the child isn't vaccinated. This is a total power control threat."

Ventura Unified, which oversees Anacapa, is unsure if the teacher is still working.

CBS New York reported that an eighth-grade student informed her mother, after class with the history teacher, that he had never been vaccinated against coronavirus. He then asked her if Trump was still president of the United States.

"I mean, how can that be? According to CBS New York, the parent asked "Why does this need to be said to this classroom full of kids?" I trusted her to tell him the facts, but she went on like a preacher from a pulpit.

Ventura Unified didn't immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.

A spokesperson for the Ventura County Star stated that the school opened an investigation into the incident following the receipt of the recording from the teacher.

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Marieanne Quiroz, Star spokesperson, stated that the district "doesn't condone non-instructionally related discussion" in the classroom.

Star reported that the teacher expressed deep regret for remarks she made to class.

Parents say it's not enough. According to the parent of the eighth grader, who is now afraid of getting vaccinated against coronavirus, her child and her husband are in a bad relationship due to the comments of the teacher.

The father asked the son what eighth-grader had learned at school. His son replied that he believed his teacher. He said that he believed his teacher when he got into the car for the first time. You're wrong, dad. You are wrong. He is damaged. He is hurt. He is scared. He doesn't trust his parents anymore. "He thinks that we lied to Him," the parent said to CBS New York.

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