This is so unbelievable, and you’ll have to read it twice before it makes any sense and even then you’re left with your head shaking. A 16-year veteran of special education in the St. Paul Public Schools in Minnesota was forced to retire early after he was accused of being a “white supremacist teacher” by a local Black Lives Matter activist Earlier this year, the teacher, Theo Olson, stated on a Black Lives Matter Facebook page that students at his school “won’t quit gaming, setting up fights, [or] selling drugs.” The activist who runs the page, Rashad Turner, recoiled at Olson’s statement and dubbed the man a “white supremacist teacher.” Unbelievably, the district placed Olson on paid leave, according to The College Fix, and required him to attend “equity training.” His punishment also included removal from his official position at Como Park High School after the suspension was over. Olson was then relegated to substitute teacher at various locations around the district. This humiliation led Olson to make a final decision on his employment, and he decided to go ahead and retire from teaching, further proving that the racist outfit known as Black Lives Matter is nothing more than a bully machine sent out to devour anything and everything in its path. It must be stopped before it does any more damage. Read more at EAGnews.org.