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Patricia McAllister: The Rosa Parks of Free Speech

American Free Press recently featured a very brave women named Patricia McAllister.  She got fired from her teaching job for having opinions that don’t fit with the globalist pig-dog line.  Here’s a short article about her along with links to her interview with AFP.

Schoolteacher Persecuted for Her Beliefs

By Victor Thorn

Patricia McAllister is a hero, and she stands as the undisputed reigning champion of free speech in America. Her “Rosa Parks moment” arrived on Oct. 12 when, during an Occupy Los Angeles rally, Reason TV recorded her on camera saying: “I’m here representing myself, but I do work for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). I think the Zionist Jews who are running these big banks and our Federal Reserve—which is not run by the federal government—need to be run out of this country.”

On Oct. 18, LAUSD officials fired McAllister. In an exclusive interview with AFP, McAllister explained her dismissal to this writer. “Ira Berman, the director of employee relations for LAUSD, told me, ‘You’re out of a job.’ When I asked for the reason, he responded, ‘I don’t want to talk about why.’”

Superintendent John Deasy later said in a press release, “We recognize the law is very protective of the freedom-of-speech rights of public employees when they are speaking as private citizens during non-working time . . . but we will never stand for behavior that is disrespectful, intolerant or discriminatory.”

This issue became so prominent and explosive that on Oct. 20 the Los Angeles Times devoted an editorial to it. They began: “This newspaper ardently supports the right of free speech, even when that speech is controversial, hateful or ignorant. But no right is absolute, and Patricia McAllister crossed a line.”

Their commentary continued with this curious endorsement: “On Tuesday [Oct. 18] Supt. John Deasy fired her. Good for him.”

However, in the following paragraph, the editors seemed to backtrack: “[McAllister] was careful to note that she was not speaking as a  representative of L.A. Unified. And Deasy knows as well as anyone that courts have historically—and correctly—protected teachers’ free-speech rights.”

Not surprisingly, after McAllister was terminated for her supposedly anti-Semitic comments, the ADL’s LA regional director, Amanda Susskind, congratulated Deasy and the school board for their decision.

Occupy LA supporters protested in front of LAUSD headquarters following McAllister’s dismissal.

Interview with AFP:

Patritcia McAllister’s website:

David Duke also did an interview with her:

Ms. McAllister is a hero in every sense of the word.  She’s been fired from her job and harassed at her home but still proudly states her lack of fear.  Ms. McAllister is a real leader and puts to shame the “civil rights leaders” that appear in the mainstream media.  In fact, why aren’t these “civil rights leaders” up in arms over her firing?  I guess they (Sharpton, Jackson) know where their bread is buttered?

Make sure to sign the petition to reinstate her through the AFP website


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