Protester Calls on Crowd to ‘Start Killing’ People–Wait till You Find Out What She Does for a Living

A Seattle “preschool teacher” might have some explaining to do to the parents of her young students after a fiery and f-bomb-ridden diatribe calling for protesters to start “killing people.”

The Daily Caller reports that the video of the self-described “preschool teacher” at an anti-Trump rally surfaced this weekend.

The unidentified woman was given control of the bullhorn and filled several minutes with a profanity-filled anti-white, anti-capitalist, anti-police and anti-Whole Foods rant:

“F*ck white supremacy, f*ck the U.S. empire, f*ck your imperialist a** lives. That sh*t gotta go.

White people, give your f*cking money, your f*cking house, your f*cking property, we need it f*cking all!”

But it was the relish with which the teacher instructed people to kill people that was the most chilling:

“And we need to start killing people.”

That brought laughter from the crowd which then erupted into cheers as she continued her rant:

“First off, we need to start killing the White House. The White House must die. The White House, your f*cking White House, your f*cking presidents, they must go! F*ck the White House! Your f*cking White House. ”

An individual in the crowd was cheered when she said, “Burn it!”

The woman told the crowd that she was a preschool teacher who worked “under white supremacy” in her job for “40 f*cking hours” a week.

She also had some eerie ideas on what to teach children:

“I am a f*cking preschool teacher who’s going to f*cking (unintelligible). Teach your kids to throw that f*cking cop car in the garbage. That sh*t has got to go. That sh*t has got to go.”

People who were commenting on the live-stream thought that instead of concern about Trump, the protestors should take a look at themselves.

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