Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Kristy Swanson blast teacher at her son's school who doesn't stand for the Pledge of Allegiance & # 39; and told the students they could also skip it & # 39;
- Swanson responded to a tweet from right-wing commentator Charlie Kirk
- Advising home education, he said: & # 39; schools are being taken over by radical leftists & # 39;
- Swanson agreed with Kirk & # 39; s tweet and wrote: & # 39; It is true … there is a teacher at their school who will not bear the promise of loyalty every morning & # 39;
- Kristy has a son Magnus, 12, with former figure skater and husband Lloyd Eisler
- The actress also referred back to critics of her tweet and called them & # 39; snippy & # 39;
- She says she has received death threats by playing FBI & # 39; s Lisa page in pro-Trump game
Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Kristy Swanson has shot a teacher at her son's school who she thinks is not in front of the Pledge of Allegiance and told students they could skip it.
The actress, 49, responded to a tweet from right-wing commentator Charlie Kirk, who said that & # 39; schools are quickly being taken over by radical lefts & # 39; and advised parents to give their children home education.
He added: & # 39; We cannot trust our schools to do the work more. & # 39;
And Kristy, who has a 12-year-old son Magnus with husband and former figure skater Lloyd Eisler, agreed and tweeted: & that's true. I recently heard from a friend of my son that there is a teacher at school who will not bear the pledge of allegiance every morning. & # 39;
She added the surprised emoji and wrote: & # 39; He also said, she told the kids in that class in the classroom, they don't have to stand if they don't want to either. & # 39;
Kristy has not mentioned the school or teacher in question and DailyMail.com has contacted the actress for further comments.
Kristy Swanson shot a teacher at her son's school who, in her opinion, is not in front of the Pledge of Allegiance, and told students that they could also skip it. She depicted her with her husband, former Olympic Skater Lloyd Eisler and son Magnus Eisler in 2017
The actress, 49, responded to a tweet from right-wing commentator Charlie Kirk, who said that & # 39; schools are quickly being taken over by radical lefts & # 39;
The star made the headlines in May after she signed up to play fired FBI fans Lisa Page and Peter Strzok in a pro-Trump dramatic reading of their infamous lyrics called & # 39; FBI Lovebirds: UnderCovers & # 39 ;.
The news led Swanson to claim that she received a death threat because she supported the president.
In her latest tweets, Swanson, who starred in the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie, named a critic & # 39; snippie & # 39; after he claimed that it was not the case that the Pledge of Allegiance was freedom of expression.
It is not illegal to refuse to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and one Twitter user wrote: & # 39; It is called Freedom of Speech @ KristylSwansonXO and has been going on for decades.
& # 39; Take the time to read more sophisticated historical documents, instead of those from #FakePOTUS #ToiletTweets, then you may be enlightened enough to offer slightly more intelligent tweets. & # 39;
But Swanson replied: & # 39; You don't need to be snarling with me. I just told a story about what happens at my sons' school.
& # 39; No matter what country I am in, I personally stand for their national anthem and show respect. I expect a teacher in our public school to be a good example and show respect. & # 39;
In her latest tweets, Swanson, who starred in the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie, named a critic & # 39; snippie & # 39; after he claimed that not standing before the Pledge of Allegiance was freedom of speech
Another critic said:Why does @Kristy SwansonXO think she can dictate if a teacher is sitting or standing during the promise? Christians first force the belief in a god in the promise, then they try to force ppl who don't believe in a god to stand by and say it … then they get angry when ppl refuse! FU! & # 39;
Kristy replied: & # 39; Well if that's how you really feel, why would you put money in the bank that says & # 39; In God We Trust & # 39 ;? Must be difficult to function in life if you have to boycott all ATMs. & # 39;
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