An Indianapolis school administrator who went viral for explaining how his district is pushing Critical Race Theory on children has been locked out of his email and Google Drive accounts and been told to work from home because he was causing other staff members “anxiety.”
“As of one hour ago, Indianapolis Public Schools has suspended my access to email & Google Drive,” Indianapolis district science coordinator, instructional coach, and administrator Tony Kinnett posted on Twitter along with a screenshot.
“I’ve been required to work from home the last two weeks, as staff reportedly have ‘clinical anxiety’ over working with me,” Kinnett added. “When I came to get books from my office, phone calls were made to each team member so they’d be clear of the building.
Kinnett added that he has been banned from going to any school building or from hosting professional development while also pledging to continue to release more information that he has already downloaded from the district.
“It’s a good thing I downloaded all of the other racist documents & videos from the public server weeks ago,” Kinnett added in the Twitter thread.
Kinnett went viral earlier this month after posting a video outlining how Critical Race Theory is taught in Indianapolis schools and said that administrators are “lying” when they say otherwise.
Kinnett, an award-winning teacher, confirmed to Fox News Digital that he has been put on paid leave due to his colleagues suffering from “clinical anxiety.” Additionally, Kinnett says he was locked out of his email account on Wednesday and his key card to enter school buildings was turned off.
“They’ve apparently gotten tons of emails and texts and calls from people who have refused to work with me, if they have to work with me they will walk,” Kinnett explained. “I have been banned from coming into their buildings and they are terrified I am going to pull out my phone and record their classes.”
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