Scott Compton, an English teacher at Chapin High School in Chapin, South Carolina, was accused of unpatrioctic feelings after he stomped on an American flag in front of his students. Michael Copeland who's a father of a student said his daughter was talking about the matter and he asked her to tell him everything. He then reported everything to WIS: “He drew a couple of symbols, like one of them was a cross, and he said, ‘What does this represent,’ and everybody said, ‘Christianity,’” “Then he proceeds to take down the American flag, and said, ‘This is a symbol, but it’s only a piece of cloth. It doesn’t mean anything,’ and then he throws it down on the floor and then stomps on it, repeatedly,” “I asked what was he trying to get, the point across? And she said, ‘I don’t know,’ and he said, his explanation was there would be no consequences, it’s just a piece of cloth that doesn’t mean anything.” Mark Bounds, a spokesperson for the school district, soon took the situation under his control since they usually don't allow teachers to have personal opinions while they're in classes: “Our superintendent served in the military, I served in the military for 20 years, our flag is a symbol of our freedom, and so many people have fought and died for that liberty, and so we take this action very seriously,” Although his actions might have seemed wrong to the directors, the conservative community also commented on the teacher, describing him as: a “good teacher” who is “very liberal” and “wears it on his sleeve in the classroom." Right now his students are waiting for a substitute to come for the rest of the year.
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