High School Asst. Principal Chants “F*ck The Police!” At BLM Riot

(ConservativeUnit.com)- A high school assistant principal from a suburb in Rochester, New York, live-streamed herself attending an extremist Black Lives Matter protest and could be heard swearing at police officers. The stream, which lasted around 50 seconds, can be heard telling fellow protesters that the Rochester Police Department was doing a “sh*tty a*s job” and that she thinks local police officers can “f*ck right off!”

Steve Lysenko is the assistant principal for Spencerport High School and a 9th-grade teacher. In the livestream, Lysenko can also be heard describing himself as the “president of the local chapter of the national association for multicultural education.”

Would you let this guy teach your child?

In the video, he described that in an “act of protest” he and others “marched west on Court Street” and they “didn’t do anything but chant and sing all the way” until they met the Rochester Police Department.

“And guess what happened?” he said, “Our ‘peacekeepers’ ended up shooting pepper spray at us for singing and chanting and telling them what a sh*tty a*ss job they were doing. They can f*ck right off, America. F*ck the police, f*ck the Rochester Police Department!”

He’s a real professional.

Lysenko was protesting the death of a 41-year-old black man named Daniel Prude, in what could well be yet another case of leftists jumping on the death of any black person as an excuse to protest and complain. An autopsy report from the Medical Examiner’s Office o Monroe County said that Prude died as a result of “complications of asphyxia in the setting of physical restraint due to excited delirium due to acute phencyclidine intoxication.” It meant that Prude, who died after an interaction with the police, appears to have been high on PCP.

It doesn’t look like the school will be taking any disciplinary action against the teacher. Spencerport Central School District responded to the backlash against the teacher, stating that they stand “in solidarity in support of racial equality and systemic change.”

That word, systemic…do they know what it even means?