Teacher Who Was Listed On Board Of Directors Of NEA: GOP Should Shoot People Unvaccinated Through Religious Exemption

A teacher at a Pennsylvania high school who was a member of the Board of Directors of the National Education Association (NEA), the nation’s largest labor union which represents almost three million employees, mostly teachers, reportedly posted a Facebook message that people who obtained religious exemptions so they could remain unvaccinated for COVID-19 should lose their jobs, get sick, and perhaps die, adding that the GOP should take the “guns they profess to love” and start shooting the unvaccinated individuals.

Mollie Paige Mumau reportedly wrote on Facebook:

Screw this guy and screw them all who are all about hiding beyond religious exemptions because they don’t want anybody to tell them what to do. People tell you what to do all the time, and you do it. This is such BS. He and his ilk deserve whatever comes their way, including losing jobs, getting sick, and perhaps dying from this virus. But in the meantime, he’s going to put all the people around him in danger. I don’t know why the GOP doesn’t take those guns they profess to love so much and just start shooting all of their constituents who think this way. It would be quicker and ultimately safer than putting me and my friends and family at risk.

A screenshot from Libs of Tik Tok showed a portion of a Facebook page for an account in Mumau’s name, which indicated she was on the Board of Directors of the National Education Association.

Another screenshot showed the NEA site showing her on the Board of Directors, although later her name was no longer there.

The Daily Caller contacted the General McLane School District (GMSD) in Pennsylvania. Sarah Grabski, director of communications and administrative services for GMSD, confirmed the district did employ a woman named Mollie Mumau at General McLane High School.

“Grabski said the district could not legally discuss any personnel actions right now but that Mumau is not currently in its buildings,” The Daily Caller noted, adding that GMSD stated “The district is aware of a potentially inappropriate social media comment by a staff member. The district will investigate the matter and act accordingly. In all situations, the district’s utmost concern is the safety of our students and staff.”

“The NEA did not respond to the DCNF’s request for comment,” The Daily Caller concluded.

The Miami Herald explained vis-à-vis vaccine mandates from employers and religious exemptions:

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 allows workers to request an exception to a job requirement if it “conflicts with their sincerely held religious beliefs, practices, or observances,” labor and employment lawyers at Perkins Coie, which is headquartered in Seattle, said. … “Religious beliefs typically concern the ultimate ideas about life, purpose, and death, humanity’s place in the universe, or right and wrong, and reflect a moral or ethical belief system,” according to Perkins Coie. “Religion includes not only traditional, organized religions, but also religious beliefs that are not part of a formal church or sect or are new or uncommon.”

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