California Teacher Likens Military Recruiters to Pimps, Tells Student Not to Bring Military Into Class

| JAN 28, 2018 | 8:46 PM

Note: This article contains coarse language that may offend some readers.

On Saturday, a woman posted a video on Twitter that her friend's son allegedly took of his teacher at El Rancho High School in California likening military recruiters to pimps.

The teacher, whom she identified as Gregory Salcido, was allegedly enticed to speak out about the military after her friend's son wore a Marine Corps shirt to class.

“Don't you ever freaking bring the freaking military into this classroom,” he said in the video. “I don't understand why we let the freaking military guys come over here and recruit you at school. We don't let pimps come into school.”

To the laughter of the students, he added, “Anyone interested in being a ho?”

He claimed recruiters will “freaking lie” to students and called the rationale that some people join the military to offset the cost of college “bull freaking s**t.”

“If you were interested in college would you ever consider the military? No,” he told the class. “But you bulls***ters out there wasted 13 years of your education, and you have no other options, and you're trying to figure out what am I gonna do?”

In a separate video, Salcido called deployed military members “dumb s**ts” and “the freaking lowest of our low” in terms of their talent.

After dismissing the notion that joining the military gives people an opportunity to “see the world” as “freaking stupid,” he turned to the terror attacks on September 11, 2001.

He acknowledged that, given the age of the students, they don't remember 9/11 but have probably seen footage of people jumping out of the World Trade Center.

Salcido asked if the students knew why and then said people would rather jump than burn to death.

“Which option is better? That's like saying, 'You want to eat dog s**t or cat s**t?” he said to a response of students chuckling and added, “I think I'd go dog s**t myself.”

According to the Los Angeles Daily News, Salcido was placed on paid administrative leave in 2012 after he admitted to smacking a sophomore student to tell him to “wake up.”

In July 2010, a parent complained he threatened his daughter and made inappropriate racial comments to a summer school class. He denied the claims, but according to the Daily News, he was suspended until the first day of class.

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