Racist, ‘Not-Racist’ Georgia School Principal Fired For Horrifically Racist Remarks (VIDEO)

It’s hard to imagine that racism still runs rampant in the state of Georgia (after all, they have integrated proms, now), but founder and now-former principal of TNT Academy in Lilburn Nancy Gordeuk recently demonstrated that the fight to keep bigotry alive still rages on in the Peach State.

After Gordeuk dismissed her school’s graduation without allowing the valedictorian to speak, she became enraged when she noticed a number of African-American students leaving when they were told to do so (while ignoring the large number of white students doing the same).

After realizing her mistake, Gordeuk attempted to herd the students back into their seats to hear the valedictorian speak — but, as they were high schoolers who were graduating, she understandably found this to be a bit of a daunting task.

Gordeuk may run a sloppy show, but she knows who is truly to blame for her negligence: the blacks.

“Look who’s leaving — all the black people,” Gordeuk shouted at the crowd before ordering students to “sit down and listen to this speech.”

Gordeuk’s message led to a mass exodus and absolutely ruined the graduation. However, the school founder does not feel that even this is her fault. “When I looked up all I saw was black families leaving, and thus the comment,” she told NBC News in an effort to explain away her horrible words.

In an e-mail to parents, Gordeuk defended herself by explaining that “the devil” was truly to blame for her “racist comment” — though she later retracted any admission of racism.

Gordeuk’s son Travis, however, let his Stars-N-Bars fly in a defense of his mother on Facebook in which he challenged “niggas” who “aren’t talkin about sh*t” to come see him face to face.

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Despite the best efforts on the part of these “not-racists” to salvage the situation, the Atlanta Constitution-Journal reports that Gordeuk has been fired by the school she founded. Dr. Heidi Anderson, chair of the board of directors at TNT Academy, wrote a letter to the Gwinnett County NAACP confirming that Gordeuk has been removed from the school:

“In light of recent events, the board of directors of TNT Academy has moved to dismiss Nancy Gordeuk as principal. During the coming transition, we will continue to prioritize support for our most recent graduates. Moreover, we will continue our commitment to providing students with the best educational classes, transcription services, and academic credit recovery possible.”

Georgia NAACP President Francys Johnson told 11Alive News that the organization is pleased with the decision:

“Beyond the inappropriate remarks, the former principal attempted to legitimize the bizarre episode by claiming ‘the devil made her do it. This is not just about Mrs. Gordeuk’s comments. The NAACP would defend Mrs. Gordeuk’s right as a private citizen to free speech. However, those entrusted with responsibility for our children must set a high standard marked by civility. That is obviously a test the former principal failed.”

While it is almost certain Gordeuk considers herself a victim in all of this, such is the mentality of the “not-racists” of our country.

Watch a report on the termination, below:

Featured Image via 11Alive News