(thegatewaypundit) – This is a scene that has become all too common in classrooms across America: students not only showing blatant disrespect for authority but also emboldened enough to resort to physical violence. A ninth-grader in Georgia became the latest when she issued a beating so bad her teacher ended up with a broken leg.
A twitter user obtained two videos of the incident which took place at Heritage High School in Conyers, Georgia.
The first video shows the student getting up in the teacher’s face for an unknown reason. Here’s how the exchange unfolded:
Student: I don’t give a f*** if you’re an adult or not. You’re not going to talk to me that way you dumb*** b***h! TRENDING: BREAKING: HORRIBLE - Arizona Regime Is Investigating Kari Lake And Trying To JAIL Her On Felony Charges For Exercising First Amendment And Exposing Election Fraud Teacher: Get out of my face.
The student then smacks the teacher’s cell phone out of her hand and attempts to shove her.
Student: You’re not going to talk to me like that! B***h you’re not going to talk to me like that! Get out of my face right now!
The teacher then walks out of the classroom with the student following her. The student tries to slam the door but the teacher blocks her attempt.
The deranged student then attempts to strike but her teacher locks their hands together.
Teacher: Don’t put your hands on me. Student: I swear to God if you don’t… Teacher: Do not put your hands on me!
Their hands remain locked for a few more seconds before the student breaks free. The first video concludes with the student slapping her teacher while the teacher grasps the student’s hair.
The second video shows the student taking her teacher to the ground and beginning a violent assault. The teacher is repeatedly stricken until the crazy pupil is finally dragged away.
The teacher can be heard saying her leg is broken at the end of the video.
One could argue incidents like this are a reason to bring back corporal punishment in classrooms. Something must be done to restore order in our schools.