Teacher WINS Settlement After Refusing To Use Student’s Preferred Pronouns | @Chad Prather

Pamela Ricard, a former math teacher in the Geary School District, recently won a $95,000 settlement from the school district after being unfairly punished for refusing to use a student’s preferred pronouns. Ricard, who is a Christian, stood her ground against the district and was suspended for three days back in March 2021. Despite threats of a blemish on her record and further disciplinary action, Ricard continued to refuse to betray her principles. As a result, the court that tried the case didn’t care for Ms. Ricard’s rights being trampled and ruled in her favor. Folks, it may take a little courage, but sometimes the good guys win. WATCH more Chad Prather:

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  1. EXCELLENT REPORT! The Selfless, Unsung, True Patriot Hero! 🇺🇲🙏🇺🇲.
    God Bless You Pamela! We The People love you and thank you! God Bless America 🇺🇲. And Pamela Ricard 🙏🇺🇲🙏!

  2. Dude, I liked you before I saw that Cowpie jersey. Now we can't hang out.

    I hated the Cowpies LONG before I started hating the whole NFL (as I do now). You see, I was with God's team (the Iggles) from Roman Gabriel's time until the keeling started.

    Now I hate them all. But I hated the Cowpies first. THEY were a bunch of women before that sh__ became all the rage.

  3. We need to understand what context her scenario was in to understand how she won. You can't use pronouns in a one to one conversation. Refusing to use pronouns and then being in a separate conversation are two different issues. I'd like to know more about the exact occurrence and what actually led up to the win.

  4. This past weekend I went shopping with my son at Walmart. The checkout line we chose happened to be worked by a person, who was obviously a female, dressed as a man. Short hair, taped chest, name tag that said “Josh” etc. As I approached she asked how I was doing, I replied, “I’m very well ma’am, how about yourself?” I stared her right in the eye waiting for a response. It was painfully clear she wanted to correct me “improper use of pronouns,” she folded and remained silent the rest of the time we were in the check out. Just because someone pretends to be something that they aren’t, does not make it true. And I’ll be damned if I’m going to be forced to adhere to certain speech because morons are offended by the truth.

  5. THERE IS NO NO NEED TO FEAR OR WORRY!! What is happening today was all written in the bible 2000 years ago. Trust in Jesus, and believe in your heart…
    “Father, I know that I have broken your laws and my sins have separated me from you. I am truly sorry, and now I want to turn away from my past sinful life toward you. Please forgive me, and help me avoid sinning again. I believe that your son, Jesus Christ died for my sins, was resurrected from the dead, is alive, and hears my prayer. I invite Jesus to become the Lord of my life, to rule and reign in my heart from this day forward. Please send your Holy Spirit to help me obey You, and to do Your will for the rest of my life. In Jesus' name, Amen.”

  6. As a now-former second-career public school teacher I can only pray that the private school and homeschool movements can gain enough political power to rip the stranglehold away from the decadent public school bureaucracy and return power to the parents.

  7. Government schooling is a failed social experiment. Get your kids out of the government schools. Homeschooling is great, but the private religious schools are better, and are not that expensive. They have financial aid. The private secular schools are mostly very expensive and mostly just as left-wing as the government schools, but the education is better. But if you can swing it, Homeschooling beats them all.

  8. We need class action lawsuits against all the Universities teaching kids to hate US and our Constitution. Defund, and dismantle the Ivy League colleges first. "Build them back Better."

  9. When I refuse to use a certain set of pronouns, it is a religious decision, but it is more based on common sense. I will not buy into someone's delusion. If the person has XY chromosomes, I use He/Him. If the chromosomes are XX, I use She/Her. If there is only ONE person in front of me, I don't use plural pronouns like They/Them. Commonsense rules.

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