The Chicago Teachers Union head, Stacy Davis Gates (pictured above) says it’s all just a big misunderstanding. She didn’t really mean it when she reportedly told her “brothers and sisters” at a CPS elementary school to “punch their principal in the face.” Why Stacy?
This from a woman who somehow just can’t pay her $5579 water bill despite the fact she’s bringing home at least $289,000. By the way, what does she do with $5579 in water, grow marijuana plants by the truckload?
A Chicago Public Schools principal has filed an incident report with the Chicago Police Department, saying that Chicago Teachers Union President Stacy Davis Gates called for union members to commit an act of violence against him.
According to a copy of the Jan. 26 police report obtained by WTTW News, William Hozian, principal of Stevenson Elementary School at 8040 S. Kostner Ave., reported that Davis-Gates spoke to attendees at a union meeting and said, “In talking to my Stevenson brothers and sisters, I told them they should punch their principal in the face.”
Hozian said the information was relayed to him by two witnesses who attended the meeting, according to the police report. The two witnesses provided written statements about the comment to police.
In the report, which was taken by officers at the school, Hozian said that he found the “incident and comments very concerning,” and says he wanted to document it to police…
Hozian also reported that on Jan. 17, “a teacher approached him and told him that another teacher heard that he/she will slash the tires of the principal’s vehicle,” the police report reads.
The case was closed and determined non-criminal in nature, according to a police spokesperson.
Don’t forget, the CTU are the people who kept CPS students at home for “remote learning” a lot longer than necessary during the China flu, putting them further behind than students in other schools not only in Illinois but across the nation.