West Virginia High School Teacher Suspended Over Poorly-Spelled Anti-LGBT Facebook Rant
Wood County Schools Superintendent Pat Law told the News and Sentinel that the school board will review the matter after spring break to decide whether to pay Foggin for the days he was not in the classroom.
Foggin declined to speak to reporters, but announced on Facebook that he intends to run for sheriff in 2020. He also wrote, “I love everyone and I promote fairness and equality. I have difficulty with favoritism and bias given any person or group.”
He went on to talk about using the Second Amendment as a means of preserving his First Amendment right to free speech.
“Love you all,” he wrote. “Get a concealed carry permit while u still can. Protect urself and ur[sic] family. Thank God for every breath he give u!![sic]”