Catholic Teacher Spouts Abortion Propaganda And Doesn’t Like The Result

This country has the amazing privilege of freedom of speech, but it is often one of the most misunderstood rights. 

While we can express much of our views in an open forum, there are many legal stipulations that restrict us from saying anything that pops into our heads- and for good reason!

Liberals feel they should be able to rant without consequence about whatever they want, to whoever they want, according to their daily folly, and one left-leaning former teacher is no different.

The Charlotte Observer reports:

“A Catholic school teacher says she was fired for posts on Facebook supporting abortion rights, according to a lawsuit filed this week in South Carolina.”

Elizabeth Cox was a teacher for sixteen years at the Bishop England High School in Charleston before being fired at the end of the school year for a series of Facebook posts.

These weren’t just any posts, such as ones discussing your trip overseas or a favorite viral video, but were multiple posts minimizing the brutality of killing a child in the womb. 

Cox’s Facebook account was set to public and she identified herself as being a teacher at Bishop England. 

A termination letter by principal Patrick Finneran revealed within the lawsuit that states:

“The School has become aware that you have a public Facebook account which identifies you as a teacher at our school and publicly supports abortion.

As you know, this is contrary to the mission of the Church and our school and is materially incompatible with your duties as a Catholic School teacher.”

Not only is the material “contrary to the mission of the Church”, but it is in violation of her teaching agreement with the school.

The complaint filed states that Cox’s Bishop England teacher employment contract reads that all teachers are considered active ministers. 

Even more so it requires all teachers and employees to “at all times publicly speak and act in accordance with the mission and teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.”

Whatever her personal views are, they do not replace a legally binding contract. 

However, this has not stopped Cox from suing the school, and all those involved in her dismissal, for damages, lost wages, and reinstatement. 

What are the controversial posts that a woman in a position of influence over children promoted?

One was of a quote attributed to Gloria Steinem that read:

“How about we treat every young man who wants to buy a gun like every woman who wants to get an abortion – mandatory 48-hour waiting period, parental permission, a note from his doctor proving he understands what he’s about to do, a video he has to watch about the effects of gun violence … Let’s close down all but one gun shop in every state and make him travel hundreds of miles, take time off works, and stay overnight in a strange town to get a gun. Make him walk through a gauntlet of people holding photos of loved ones who were shot to death, people who call him a murderer and beg him not to buy a gun.”

Cox called the quote “brilliant” on social media, proving that she is a teacher of little heart and little brain. 

Liberals love to use the tactic of false analogies to feel that they accomplished a “zinger” that puts the conservatives to rest. 

Sadly, this approach has worked on too many unsuspecting Americans, leaving countless bodies falling in its wake. 

The quote is trying to compare gun shops to abortion clinics, and presumably the gun to the act of killing a child. 

Guns aren’t designed specifically to take the life of a innocent child, and no one goes to a gun shop asking them to murder their babies; because that would be illegal and heinous. 

Another post that was mentioned in Cox’s termination letter is one that was meant to show the hypocrisy in the pro-life movement, but only offered a grocery list of agenda items from the far left.

It read:

“I’ll start believing you’re pro-life when you:

– ban guns

– have free healthcare for all

– stop separating families at the border

– offer cheap, prescribed birth control

– raise minimum wage

– improve the quality of education in schools

– act on the climate crisis

– improve mental health care”

In addition to these items being a warped perception of social justice, they are in no way comparable to the most abominable act in human history of wiping out millions of children in a generation. 

The teacher argues in her lawsuit that a criminal offense was committed by firing her because of her “political opinions, free speech and/or exercising the political rights and privileges guaranteed by the United States and/or the South Carolina Constitutions.”

Give me a break! The teacher was fired, because she made a mistake breaching her contract she signed with the school. 

The only reason this outlandish lawsuit is even getting any airtime is because the left loves to play the victim card, seeking out “justice” for the travesty against their lifestyle. 

It is a shame that the students of the school Cox teaches at have to be subjected to the charade, especially at a school meant to enforce strong moral values.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think of Cox’s termination, and if the lawsuit is going to gain any traction.

Comments are closed.