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Maryland Middle School Teacher Brags About 'Indoctrinating' Students on TikTok, Believes 'Revolutions Involve Violence'

A Maryland middle school teacher has prompted outrage after bragging about indoctrinating her students to support Marxism in a TikTok video.

The North Bethesda Middle School teacher, Rebeca F. Rothstein, also declared that there needs to be a war on capitalism and that “revolutions involve violence.”

The teacher proclaimed in one of her videos that teaching students antiracism was more important than math and science.

“As a teacher, I wish we could do more with our students, like teach anti-racism and how to be kind people. Does anyone else feel like… we can skip the math, skip the science — like we’ll do that next year. Maybe this year we focus on teaching our youth how to be anti-racist,” Rothstein said in one of her TikTok videos.

In a video about dismantling capitalism, Rothstein said that “revolutions involve violence.”

“I had to un-brainwash myself from capitalism in order to fall in love with socialism and communism,” she said in another video. “If everyone had the same amount of money, then money wouldn’t be worth anything.”

In another video, she discussed providing students with Marxist literature and said she was “tired after a long day of indoctrinating students.”

The teacher also made a video discussing the Black Lives Matter riots, saying “There are so many a——- in my comments saying, ‘What about all the burning of the buildings, and the looting and the rioting?’ Why do you care more about buildings than human lives? It’s like you’re stomping around, being like, ‘All buildings matter.’ No, no, they don’t. And the fact that you don’t understand where the rage is coming from, why there is so much rage of burning buildings, that’s the exact problem.”

“I am f—ing angry, and it’s weird as f— that you’re not. When I’m talking about the patriarchy or racism or police brutality, why the f— would you not be angry?” she asked.

Rothstein has also said that “boys should get vasectomies at birth, or when it is safe to do so… Why is preventing pregnancy just on the woman?”

Rothstein had over 220,000 followers on the social media platform but deleted her account on Monday after Fox News contacted her for comment.

The Montgomery County School District has, so far, declined to comment on media questions about Rothstein. Timcast News has also contacted the Montgomery County School District and will update this article if a response is provided.


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