On Tuesday evening, trustees of Abbotsford B.C.’s school district voted to axe an award-winning educator who dared to teach high school students facts that didn’t align with a misleading politically-correct narrative.
Rebel News first broke teacher Jim McMurty’s story in November of last year after he chose to break his silence about why he had been suspended for the second time by the district six months earlier.
The suspension occurred immediately after teachers at W.J. Mouat Secondary were asked to educate students about the now debunked claim originally made by the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation band government which stated that "the remains of 215 children who were students of the Kamloops Indian Residential School," some "as young as three years old” had been discovered buried at the former Kamloops Indian Residential School (KIRS).”
McMurtry included the leading cause of death for students who attended residential schools in his talk, which was illnesses such as tuberculosis.
Perhaps if Mr. McMurtry had simply suggested the “remains of 215 children” which have yet to be discovered nor supported by records of missing KIRS students, were evidence of a mass murder committed by evil Catholics, McMurtry would still be teaching today.
Instead, the expert in history whose lesson on residential school deaths also aligns with facts reported in the Truth and Reconciliation Commissions reports found himself at the mercy of what he referred on his Twitter account as “a small group of woke puritans.”
Rebel News was on site before, during and after McMurtry attended the two-hour school board meeting yesterday, which ultimately resulted in him being terminated in large part for what the board referred to as “inappropriate comments concerning residential schools.”
Rebel News has an exclusive interview coming up with McMurtry so you can hear him detail more of this modern day witch hunt, including how he was treated by the district for informing the public about his plight through Rebel News.
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