Tim Gordon was a high school theology teacher at a Catholic school in California.
He wasn’t just a teacher, he was a department chair, and popular with the area’s conservative Catholics.
But when he tweeted out during the recent riots, looting, and burning that Black Lives Matter is a domestic terror group, suddenly everything changed.
Despite recently ratifying a renewed contract at the school’s request, despite being the father of six children, one of whom is disabled, and is healing from major brain surgery, the Catholic Diocese of Fresno hung him out to dry.
Today, Tim talks to us for the first time about what happened, why he said what he said, what is happening to discourse in this country, and what the future holds.
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