School Teacher Arrested After Suggesting the #MeToo Movement Take SICK Turn

A Las Vegas teacher was arrested after sharing a few thoughts with a friend via text. She wanted to start an entirely new kind of #MeToo movement. When authorities discovered what she was planning, they jumped into action.

A Las Vegas high school teacher was arrested after admitting she wanted to start a new #MeToo movement. (Photo Credit: Las Vegas Metro Police Department, David Stanley/Flickr)

Over the last year and a half, we’ve learned about many public figures who’ve committed serious offenses. Most of them were liberal. Funny how that keeps happening. Some of the most ardent Democrats have been exposed as dirty sex offenders.

It started with powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. The big Democratic donor and buddy of Barack Obama was exposed as a terrible rapist. More and more celebrities, newsmen, and elected officials have been outed because of their treatment of women (and men and children).

It sparked a half-hearted hashtag movement called #MeToo. Instead of confronting the left’s complicit attitude over decades of rape, liberals tried to distract from the real issue with a hashtag. They hoped that everyone would forget it was their own people assaulting victims. Instead, only more and more leftists have been exposed (a few high-profile ones in recent days).

A teacher from Bonanza High School decided the #MeToo movement wasn’t strong enough. She thought women needed to take a stronger stance against abusive men. Or all men, for that matter. In a series of texts, she confessed to a friend that she wanted to go on a shooting spree. Her hope was to start a new #MeToo movement that would empower women… to be serial killers. No, I’m not making that up.

When police discovered she was planning on doing something at an upcoming concert, they promptly arrested her.

Authorities in Las Vegas arrested a high school teacher after she threatened to shoot up a concert so she could start a new #MeToo movement aimed at empowering women to become serial killers.

A Bonanza High School teacher, 48, was arrested earlier this month on terrorism charges after she threatened to “poke a lot of holes in a lot of people” at a concert in Las Vegas in text messages she sent to her friend. The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports…

“A perfect plan with my favorite song surrounded by a bunch of f****** up misfits like I am,” the teacher wrote in a text message. “Imagine knowing exactly the moment that you’re going to die. I know exactly that your favorite song will be playing. By your favorite band. It’s just too perfect.” [Source: Daily Wire]

Wow! Do schools even vet teachers anymore? How can someone, responsible for teaching young people, be this deranged and dangerous?

Her texts don’t sound like someone simply venting her frustrations. It’s perfectly reasonable for a person to be upset about what they’ve discovered on the news. This is much different. She is fantasizing about murdering innocent strangers, in the hopes that it will inspire others to do the same. That’s scary.

It makes you wonder what she was teaching her students. If this woman has no problem thinking about killing others, there’s no way that toxic hate hasn’t been spread to her students. She may not have admitted to them about wanting to kill, but you can’t hide that kind of crazy for long.

The Metropolitan Police Department decided to arrest the teacher at her home on May 16, three days before the concert, but she wasn’t there; she was at school teaching…

The teacher reportedly admitted to police that she wrote the text messages and that she was going to attend the concert but claimed that she “often has those types of conversations” with her friend. [Source: Daily Wire]

Oh, sure! Most people send those types of messages to their friends! It’s very common for a normal, healthy person to fantasize about murdering someone to their favorite song. Is my sarcasm coming through?

This story is a reminder that dangerous people lurk in our cities. And that our school boards need to work harder to keep them away from our children.