Patricia McAllister, a substitute teacher for L.A. Unified school district, said in the video below that "I think that the Zionist Jews who are running these big banks and our Federal Reserve, which is not run by the federal government -- they need to be run out of this country," has been terminated by the district.
The LA Times has reported that Los Angeles school Supt. John Deasy condemned the alleged anti-Semitic remarks by a district employee taking part in the Occupy Los Angeles protest and said she would no longer work for the school system. And that district officials would "never stand for behavior that is disrespectful, intolerant or discriminatory."
Now two things here.
1. The LA Times calls this "allegedly made".
Allegedly? Did the LA Times reporter not understand the English language that came out of Ms. McAllister mouth?
2. Are you wondering how many of the "Wall Street Occupiers" are actually employed? According to a face-to-face interview poll by Doug Schoen from WSJ, roughly 85% are actually employed.
So with that said, how many will fall to their demise, as Ms. McAllister did, as their employers are surely watching all of this.
Side note here from the Schoen peice :
-The protesters have a distinct ideology and are bound by a deep commitment to radical left-wing policies.
-Our research shows clearly that the movement doesn't represent unemployed America and is not ideologically diverse. Rather, it comprises an unrepresentative segment of the electorate that believes in radical redistribution of wealth, civil disobedience and, in some instances, violence.
-All (98%) say they would support civil disobedience to achieve their goals
-An overwhelming majority of demonstrators supported Barack Obama in 2008