Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-01-13 04:21:32 –
Charleston, West Virginia (AP) —Two employees in a school district in West Virginia were suspended for a fee after going to a demonstration in the capital to help overthrow the presidential election.
In Panhandle, eastern West Virginia, about an hour from Washington, the Jefferson County School District said on Monday that it had been suspended due to violence caused by a riot in the US Capitol last Wednesday.
“The Jefferson County School fully supports the rights of employees and students to exercise the First Amendment freedom, including the right to meet peacefully and petition the government, but Wednesday’s protests are violent. And other illegal activities, “the district said in a weekend statement.
On Monday, county superintendent Bondi Shagibson said two workers posted a “threatening and inflammatory” message on social media, attended a protest march, and violated the county’s vacation policy. Said in a letter addressed to. Gibson said a meeting was planned to help employees respond.
A school district spokesman refused to identify what type of employee was involved, saying it was a personnel issue.
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