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A North Carolina high school teacher should be the investigation by the secret service and allegedly told a classroom of students, Vice-President Mike Pence”, shot in the head,” according to the reports.
The unknown female teacher allegedly made the remarks at the Cuthbertson High School in Waxhaw, N. C., in the same week, Pence was the visit to the area was to campaign for U.S. Rep. Dan Bishop, Charlotte, FOX 46 reports.
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Union County Public School officials said in a statement that it suspended the accusations “very seriously”, and put the teacher.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office alerted the secret service, the investigation of claims, reported the station. County officials have not released the teacher’s name.
“You should not bring this kind of perspective on their profession,” Union County GOP chair Allison Powers Fox, 46, said. “We can only hope that the kind of violence to any just way out of bounds.”
“You should not bring this kind of perspective on your job. Only wish that the type of violence in each of us is just way out of bounds.”
— Allison Powers, Chairman, Union County GOP
Firas Obeid, who is said to be a parent of two Cuthbertson High School student, he does not necessarily support Pence but agree that it’s inappropriate to make statements approving of physical harm against all incumbents regardless of their party affiliation.
“This is the Vice President of the United States. He is an elected official,” Obeid, the station said. “Belonging to a particular party does not have the right to make a statement, like any other.”
Union County borders Mecklenburg County, where Charlotte is located. Both counties fall within the state’s 9th Congressional District, where Bishop, the GOP candidate, won by a narrow two-point margin against Democrat Dan McCready in a special election earlier this month.
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The election garnered national attention, as President, Trump visited the district and threw his support behind the Bishop during a campaign event in Fayetteville. Pence and Donald Trump, Jr., also visited the region before the election. The Trump campaign, donated the maximum $2,000 contribution to the Bishop campaign.
Political analysts said contributed to Trump a visit to to a large extent, the voters in the district circles in a rather rural country. The district is densely populated, suburban areas around Charlotte to a large extent the Democrats-supported in the race. Some said, the narrow margin, which was won by the Bishop of the Congress-the seat should be flashing warning signs to the President before 2020, suggesting suburban America is drifting away from trump