VA Governor Youngkin Opens Hotline to Report Teachers and Pranks Flood In


Glenn Youngkin Is Inaugurally Sworn-In As Governor Of Virginia

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Newly appointed Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin is facing criticism for opening a hotline for the public to report "divisive practices" in schools like teaching critical race theory. As one would expect, the line has been flooded with pranks.

A Virginia-based lawyer and former congressional candidate collected a series of tweets after he sarcastically posted, "Whatever you do, don't make a mockery of this with fake tips. That would be a terrible thing to do. RT so everyone knows NOT to send fake tips."

He later posted screenshots of some of the "tips" that had been sent in, saying, "You guys. I explicitly said to NOT send fake racism tips to helpeducation@governor.virginia.gov and in response to all send this, pictured below."

"Albus Dumbledore was teaching that full blooded wizards discriminated against mudbloods!"

"Mrs. Krabappel and Principal Skinner were in the closet making babies and I saw one of the babies and the baby looked at me!"

"I have heard reports that schools in Virginia are teaching ARABIC NUMERALS!"

"My teenage son came home from school and told me his teachers are attempting to teach him! I'm outraged and find this completely unacceptable. Who do these teachers think they are? I don't need these teachers to educated [sic] the next generation!!"


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